Interactive radar tracking in Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto as a weather system brings light rain to NorCal

Interactive radar tracking in Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto as a weather system brings light rain to NorCal

Interactive radar tracking in Northern California as the weather system brings light rain

conditions in the future? Tamara: This is the view in Stockton. You wake up to overcast skies to a wet start. Foggy conditions around town. THIS IS THE VIEW FROM ARENA SKYCAM. Within just the last ten minutes, visibility had dropped from a mile and a half to only about a quarter of a mile. Temperatures are in the 50s in those spots of the valley except Stockton, dropping to 49. We’re waking up on the south shore of Tahoe and, as mentioned, it’s very warm. Mother Nature isn’t sending any snow toward the south side of Lake Tahoe. The North Shore has a slightly different story. We are washing showers across the northern half of our viewing area. For the past three hours, we have been monitoring the areas and green spaces. It indicates that we are seeing light bands of showers moving in and out of Oroville. In Yuba City, there was Swig State RV in the Sierra, when you go through Yuba Pass, there is rain, snow and a thin layer. You will see it on traffic cameras. In the city of Toue, a calm start to the day, but cloudy. In the Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto areas, it doesn’t rain, but you should prepare for the chance of rain. Visibility in Stockton is a quarter mile, but it looks pretty good. Crasamento and Yuba City, out to Fairfield, better view. This weather system will sweep all the way ashore. It will kind of come apart at the seams. I expect that day. There was enough rain in the morning. In limited snow above 7,500 feet. Rainfall in the valley can reach up to a tenth of an inch. You may not see a shower at all. Highs 53 degrees around the foothills. Upper 50s and low 60s with occasional showers in the early afternoon. High 50s and low 60s in Napa and Fairfield. It looks like we might see stray showers in Stockton. 59 O.F. Davis. Keep information related to the buyer side. At least during the early afternoon. He. She

Interactive radar tracking in Northern California as the weather system brings light rain

The weather system is bringing light rain and limited snow to Northern California on Friday. There is a chance of scattered showers during the day in the greater Sacramento area, and any rain will taper off by the evening, according to KCRA Weather Team 3. Some places could be left empty-handed by any rain showers. Expect limited snowfall in the Sierra, mainly above 7,500 feet. | More like this | That’s why some Tahoe area resorts are struggling with snow this week. The weekend will be dry across the region with morning fog possible in the valley. Another system moves in late Monday. It will likely bring some rain and snow to the mountains on Tuesday. The weather also looks dry for travel next week on Thanksgiving. Watch the interactive Doppler radar below. (For app users, click here). Download our app to get the latest. Here you can download our app to get the latest weather alerts. 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 Melanie Hunter on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Eileen Gavora on Facebook, Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn on Facebook 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. Follow the interactive traffic map below. (For app users, click here.)

The weather system is bringing light rain and limited snow to Northern California on Friday.

There is a chance of scattered showers during the day in the greater Sacramento area, and any rain will taper off by the evening, according to KCRA Weather Team 3. Some places could be left empty-handed by any rain showers.

Expect limited snowfall in the Sierra, mainly above 7,500 feet.

| More like this | That’s why some Tahoe area resorts are struggling with snow this week

The weekend will be dry across the region with fog possible in the morning in the valley. Another system moves in late Monday. Rain and snow are likely to fall on the mountains on Tuesday.

The weather also looks dry for travel next week on Thanksgiving.

Watch the interactive Doppler radar below.

(For application users click here).

Download our app to get the latest.

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

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.

Follow our interactive traffic map below.

(For app users, click here.)

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