A timeline of possible rain and thunderstorms in Sacramento on Sunday

A timeline of possible rain and thunderstorms in Sacramento on Sunday

Northern California precipitation forecast: A timeline of showers and thunderstorms possible Sunday

If thunderstorms occur, the most likely locations may be around Sacramento to Marysville and in the hills.

One. Yes. And people might say to remember the last two years. Not again. I mean, I know this is just something that can happen, but you wish, yeah, you wish you were 75 and sunny or like yesterday. Hey, why shouldn’t it be nice still? Well, you don’t have to worry about the possibility of rain or thunderstorms. So, we go outside now and see overcast skies in Sacramento. We had some raindrops around, like, 4 or 5:00 this morning. 58 is the temperature. Right now, we’re dry in Stockton and Modesto. We are in the mid to upper 50s and 44 on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. Right now, winds will be fairly light again coming from the southeast at around 5 to 10 mph at best around Sacramento and Fairfield. More breeze in Yuba City at 12 mph. But again, sorry, wind is not a factor this morning. Here’s the satellite radar view. Notice once again, scattered light showers are beginning to develop and move inland towards the mountainsides. Now, they were over the valley, and there was some very intermittent rain falling toward the Bay Area. But notice this cluster of showers here and all the showers to our north. A little more consistent here. There is a core to this system that will move through the afternoon, which is why we’ve included the potential for a thunderstorm later today or for example, around Sacramento. Let’s catch the future broadcast before 8:00 this morning. We still think there will be some rain around the Interstate 49 corridor in and around the foothills. But there are plenty of dry spells in weather from Yuba City to Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto. In fact, at midday, we may get more sunny vacations from South Sacramento to the San Joaquin Valley. But watch these showers as you move by 2:00 PM, as we may find some dark skies over Yolo County. And then as we get past 2, 3, 4 this afternoon, see how this rain is rolling around Sacramento. Some of the thunder sounds included here could be anywhere from, again, Yuba City, Roseville, and Sacramento. It’s always hard to tell exactly where and if a thunderstorm will hit, but now we know chances are Stockton and Modesto may not see all that heavy rain today. We may get light rain at some point. Then during the evening and night hours, this rain flows towards the foothills where we can catch more rain there. In fact, some locations could see more than a half-inch of rain, and even perhaps an inch of rain in some parts of the Foothills. This is typical data. So you have to take it with a grain of salt and then in the valley, very light amounts in the San Joaquin Valley and then the Sacramento area, if you get one of those heavier, steadier cells moving up there and you can see several tenths of an inch of rain, maybe even a half-inch of rain. . Temperatures today are cold, especially in Sacramento-Marysville, high 60s, low 70s, but in the San Joaquin Valley you’ll see more sunshine. So it will hit the 70s this afternoon. Tomorrow it will dry. It’s breezy and brighter for Monday. Some winds on the west side of the valley could reach about 25 mph. We were back to nearly 80 after that. Then it calms down for the rest of the week, especially after Wednesday. We see temperatures in the 60s to 70s at best later this week. So fall is definitely here. It kind of gave us a roller coaster ride. Yes, it was an interesting start to the fall of ’91

Northern California precipitation forecast: A timeline of showers and thunderstorms possible Sunday

If thunderstorms occur, the most likely locations may be around Sacramento to Marysville and in the hills.

Rain and possible thunderstorms return to parts of Northern California on Sunday, according to our weather team. Meteorologist Elaine Gavora says intermittent rain in the area is expected to trickle into the foothills in the morning while giving a drier break to the valley in the late morning to midday. Showers are possible in the afternoon, and there is also a window of possible thunderstorms from 2pm to 6pm. If thunderstorms occur, the most likely locations may be around Sacramento to Marysville and in the hills. Rain may continue until the evening, especially at high altitudes. Drying is expected overnight. Monday will be dry, warmer and brighter with a northerly breeze. Some winds could reach 25 mph on the west side of the valley. Highs are expected to be in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees. The rest of the days of the week will be colder.| More from our weather team | NOAA Winter Forecast: El Niño Could Play a Big Role For NorCal, that’s not revealing much. Interactive Doppler Radar Tracking (For app users, click here to see our interactive radar.) Download our app to get the latest. Here you can download our app to get the latest weather alerts. Traffic Map (App users, click here to see a real-time traffic map.) Follow our weather team at KCRA on social media, Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Tamara Berg on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Weatherman Eileen Gavora on Facebook, Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn on Facebook, Meteorologist/Climate Reporter Heather Waldman on Facebook and Twitter Watch our forecasts on TV or online Here’s where you can find our latest video forecasts. You can also watch a live broadcast of our latest news bulletin here. The banner on our site turns red when we are live. We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV.

Rain and possible thunderstorms return to parts of Northern California on Sunday, according to our weather team.

Meteorologist Eileen Gavora says intermittent rain in the area is expected to trickle into the foothills in the morning while giving a drier break to the valley in the late morning to midday.

Rain is likely in the afternoon and there is also a window of possible thunderstorms from 2pm to 6pm.

If thunderstorms occur, the most likely locations may be around Sacramento to Marysville and in the hills.

Rain may continue until the evening, especially at high altitudes. Drying is expected overnight.

Monday will be dry, warmer and brighter with a northerly breeze. Some winds could reach 25 mph on the west side of the valley. Highs are expected to be in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.

The rest of the week will be cooler.

| More from our weather team | NOAA Winter Forecast: El Niño Could Play a Big Role For NorCal, that’s not revealing much.

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