Doppler radar tracking and power outage maps of California storms

Doppler radar tracking and power outage maps of California storms

Doppler radar tracking of California storms; Live power outages and traffic maps

boycott. Fairfield has seen winds blowing more than 50 mph for the past hour and a half. Now, that’s sustained 35 mph winds across Fairfield. Winds continued near 30 in Stockton, and 25 mph in Placerville. And the wind is trying to pick up in the Sacramento Valley. We have a gust at Executive Airport with wind speeds reaching 20 mph. No storms are reported at this time from Fairfield, but again with sustained winds of 35 mph. I have to believe the wind can still reach between 45 and 50, and should continue at least for the next couple of hours. The winds will spread to the north, so we saw the fastest winds so far in the San Joaquin Valley in the Delta. This will push into the Sacramento Valley, especially the eastern half of the valley during the afternoon. Again, those winds over 50 mph could be seen, and the worst of the winds will start to decrease after 8 p.m., but it will take some time for the winds to die down. The good news is that by the time most of us are ready for bed, the threat of harmful winds will be over. Here’s a look at the radar showing a good amount of rain north of Sacramento. The city and the areas to the south are kind of in and out of LIGHTRILLIONAIN at the moment. Overall, it was pretty easy to rain. We also have chain controls for Sierra 80, 50 and 88. Expect very difficult travel today, tonight, and even in the mountains on Monday. FUTURECAST shows that steady rain showers will become more hit or miss during the afternoon. But remember, this is where the wind will actually start moving into the valley and foothills along the Highway 49 Corridor. So it will remain stationary in the Sierra all day long. Monday, even with the winds down. We will watch for a few lingering showers through Monday. Leticia. Thanks, Heather.

Doppler radar tracking of California storms; Live power outages and traffic maps

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Here are some resources on KCRA.com to help you prepare during weather events in California.

Download our app to get the latest breaking news and severe weather alerts

Here you can download our app to get the latest weather alerts.

Track real-time traffic updates in Northern California here

(For app users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.)

Track the California Doppler radar here

(For app users, click here to see our interactive radar map.)

Track California highway conditions here

Here you can look up Caltrans road conditions across the interstate and see if chain controls are in effect.

Here are the main websites for preparing for and tracking power outages in California.

Follow our KCRA weather team on social media

Watch our forecasts on TV or online

Here’s where to find our latest video forecasts. You can also watch a live broadcast of our latest news bulletin here. The banner on our website turns red when we are live.

We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV.

Send us your photos and videos

Share your weather photos and videos at kcra.com/upload.

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