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NWS Sacramento Jan 20
Snow is expected to cause travel problems Sunday through early Monday. The main impacts will be over the northern mountains, where snow levels could be as low as 2000 feet, including portions of I5.
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Not a meteorologist. 4h
This winter has been a bummer... February better have rain everyday.
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NWS Bay Area 5h
Radar Update 7:25 AM - Heading out the door? May need an ☔️as scattered showers continue move through the .
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NWS Sacramento 2h
Dry weather for Tues with some patchy valley fog for your AM commute. Stronger & wetter storm moves in during the day Weds, bringing widespread valley rain, heavy mountain snow & breezy winds!
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Rob Mayeda 4h
Snowy start to the morning along Lake Tahoe Blvd
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Daniel Swain Jan 13
California, along w/much of Western U.S., currently in midst of significant (i.e., period with far below average snow accumulation in normally snowy areas). Why? Winter so far has experienced not only below average precip, but far above avg temperatures. (1/n)
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NWS Sacramento 16h
Latest radar loop in Sacramento with rain approaching.
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NWS Bay Area Jan 20
It is a chilly morning across the district. Sun getting ready to rise over Lick Observatory.
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NWS Phoenix Jan 19
Some information relating to NWS activities during the shutdown.
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Rob Mayeda Jan 20
Saturday evening view of Half Dome rising through the clouds over Yosemite Valley
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NWS Bay Area 20h
Here is how rain is projected to develop overnight across the , according to the HRRR Model. Rain is forecast to be mostly light to moderate in intensity, except locally heavy in the North Bay.
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NWS Bay Area 15h
North Bay rainfall totals as of 9:30 PM Sunday vary considerably from less than a tenth of an inch in the valleys south and east of Santa Rosa to nearly 1.5 inches at Venado in the hills of northwest Sonoma County.
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NWS Sacramento 4h
Chain controls are still up this morning on Sierra highways. Allow extra time as roads are slick! Showers will taper off over the next few hours. Road conditions:
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NWS San Diego Jan 20
Drier air and rapid cooling will result in near to sub-freezing temperatures and patchy frost in the Inland Empire and isolated wind sheltered areas of the San Diego County valleys tonight.
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NWS Sacramento Jan 20
The recent storm systems have started to green things up in the Valley. Take a look at the difference from December before the rain to now. Also notice the increased snow coverage in the Mountains.
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NWS Sacramento Jan 19
Snow showers will continue over the mountains today. Isolated showers and maybe a T-Storm over the valley.
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NWS Los Angeles Jan 19
High Surf for many beach areas will continue through the weekend, including Warning level surf for the Central Coast. Use extra caution near the ocean during this time!
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NWS Hanford 13h
The snowpack over the Sierra is running well below normal as can be seen in this graphic provided by the CA DWR. We should see a little improvement in the Sierra snowpack later this week as a cold storm system brings precipitation into northern and central California.
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Alex Lehnert KMPH 13h
Ready for the rain? With a chance tonight, and another chance Wednesday/Thursday, it’s going to be a bit of an unsettled week.
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NWS Sacramento Jan 21
Rain and snow will start to move into the northern part of the area later this morning. If you are traveling on I-5 N of Shasta Lake be prepared for winter conditions.
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