View California Doppler radar and power outage maps

View California Doppler radar and power outage maps

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

A little bit humid or a little humid if you're taking off, especially on that 80 lane. And you'll notice that because we had some rain showers during the night while you were sleeping. Now as we approach 6:00, you'll notice that temperatures are currently in the low 50s across the valley at 50 degrees in Auburn and 32 degrees where we've had some scattered snow showers around the truck area. You still have those southerly winds in place about 10 to 13 mph up and down the valley floor, up to 14. You're feeling the breeze blowing now in Placerville and the wind is blowing out of the south at 13 now. On top of the truck. Also tracking are these narrow bands of rain that were just moving through parts of the 80 corridor. And then just to the north, when you get into the northern Sacramento Valley and parts of the northern Sierra, we've had rain in the Quincy area, but it's all snow here around the harbor. And then we got showers, which drifted in with some heavy rain bands there. As you go from Brownsville all the way to Loma Rica. Some shower activity as well for the cavalry landing, and some of these teams were a little more on the moderate to heavier side. Sacramento has been fairly quiet, but just south of the city, as you pass through, let's say Galt Lodi or Stockton, those roads can be wet with a little bit of rain passing through. Now they are heading east. I'll be keeping an eye on this band here. Just south of Modesto. Traveling there outside of the Merced area can head towards Sonora here. Maybe in the next half hour to 45 minutes straight away. Look out into downtown Sacramento, there will be a layer of clouds and those roads will be a little soft in the morning. Begins. The best chances for rain appear this afternoon. So, as you can see in the 12-hour forecast, impactful weather today, especially with the potential for thunderstorms headed our way until after about 2:00 PM, we still have this piece of energy spinning off the California coast and we're just going to continue to move with the moisture on top. And if we get that break from the sun, we have the instability that builds up in the afternoon. So, there are chances of thunderstorms today. These are all areas shaded green. Again, this is not a guarantee that we will get a thunderstorm. But I think today's storms may produce small hailstones and heavy precipitation. These will be the biggest impacts from these storms through the afternoon. That's Tuesday with FUTURECAST at 9:00. Things are pretty quiet, as you might be getting the kids out of school and getting yourself out the office door, but then, watch by 4 or 5 p.m. 6:00 this evening, some of those thunderstorms start to blossom. The valley, especially between Sacramento and Stockton, Modesto also sees some of those storms. These storms could also reach the foothills until around 9:00 this evening. That's why today is still an impact day, because we could have a chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon and into the early evening. Once we get into Wednesday day, things will really improve across the region as this low continues to move in and move east of our region. There might be a few short showers on Wednesday, then on Thursday we're dry for sure, dry at the start of the weekend, with more rain in the back half, let's keep busy, keep going

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

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 alertsHere you can download our app to get the latest weather alerts. Track real-time traffic updates in Northern California here (App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.) Track California Doppler radar here (App users, click here to see our interactive radar map.) Track highway conditions in California Here's where you can look up Caltrans road conditions by highway and see if chain controls are in effect. Here are the main websites for preparing for and tracking power outages in California. Preparing for a Power Outage: Ready.gov explains how to prepare for a power outage and what to do when returning from one here. Stay informed when power and cell phone service go out: How to find a National Weather Service radio station near you. Here's how to sign up for CalAlerts emergency alert notifications for any county in California. You can track PG&E's power outages here. Track SMUD outages here. Track power outages in all California counties. 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 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 to find our latest climate forecast videos. 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. Send us your photos and videos and share your weather photos and videos at kcra.com/upload.

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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