Snow and Rain to Hit Northern California Through Wednesday
CALIFORNIA - The cooler fall weather has hit Northern California, as the first significant snowstorm of the season made its way across the region on Monday, with conditions expected to worsen today.
According to KCRA 3, the cold front brought rain and snow to Northern California overnight on Monday, during which snow also started to pick up in the Sierra Valley. By noon, snow had fallen at locations above 4,000 feet.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms also moved through the Valley, as the source noted, and showers are expected to linger in the region leading up to Thursday.
Forecasts show that Tuesday conditions are expected to worsen, with windy and wet weather impacting the Valley, and heavy mid-morning snowfall lingering in the Sierra.
From Monday through Wednesday, there is potential for .5–1 inch of Valley rain, 1–2.5 inches of Foothills rain, and an additional 1–2 feet of snow in the Sierra.
ANUK will continue to track this storm and its impact on California’s growing regions, so keep reading.