Here’s a look at northern California rain, snow totals from this weekend’s storm

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Here’s a look at the Northern California rain and snow totals from this weekend’s storm



A LITTLE AFTER WEEKEND’S ACTIVE WEATHER. MARK: SO WELCOME RAIN AND SNOW. THIS IS WHAT LAKE TAHOE LOOKS LIKE, STILL SOME CLOUDS ABOVE THE HIGH SIERRA HELP TO KEEP THE TEMPERATURE HIGH. ONCE THEY BECOME CLEAR, THE TEMPERATURES MAY LOWER IN SOME FIGURES AND BELOW YOU CAN SEE THE TREES COVERED WITH SNOW. TO 39 IN SACRAMENTO, 40 IN STOCKTON, 42 IN MODESTO, AND LAKE TAHOE STILL NOT REPORTING. THE AIRPORT HAS NO POWER, AT LEAST NOT AT THE OBSERVATION SITE. WE WILL KNOW WHEN THE POWER COMES BACK BECAUSE WE WILL GET SOME SIGHTINGS FROM THE AIRPORT. WE FINISHED WITH THE 1.5 TO 1.5 FOOT SNOW WE EXPECTED, THE SKI RESORTS ALL REJOICE DURING THE WEEKEND. THIS IS A BASE COMBINED WITH WHAT WE HAD BEFORE, IT SETS UP THE RESORTS FOR THE YEAR AND IT WILL BE GREAT ALL THE TIME OF THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. IN TERMS OF RAIN, IN THE VALLEY AS OF TODAY, THE AVERAGE FROM OCTOBER 1 TO TODAY IS LESS 10 INCHES. WE ARE ABOVE THAT, WE HAD OVER 10 INCHES THIS MONTH, THE SEASON’S TOTAL IS 5.85, THAT PUT US AT 140% OF THE AVERAGE FOR THE DATE. BUT WE ENTER DRY AND EVERY DAY WE ADD A LITTLE MORE THAN A 10TH INCHES OF RAIN TO THE AVERAGE. IF WE GO WITHOUT RAIN FOR 14 DAYS OR SO WE WILL BE CLOSE TO THE AVERAGE. WE NOW WALK AHEAD PEACE BUT WE CAN LOSE THAT ADVANTAGE FAIRLY QUICKLY WITH THE KIND OF PATTERN THAT IS NOW SET NOW. THIS IS FUTURECAST TOMORROW MORNING. IT HAS A CHANCE OF FOG, ESPECIALLY SACRAMENTO TO THE SOUTH. IT SHOULD NOT TAKE THAT LONG AND IT WILL BURN THROUGH THE DAY IN THE SUNSHINE. SOME CUMULUS CLOUDS PROBABLY DEVELOPING OVER THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE SIERRA, NOTHING IN THE WAY OF RAIN OR SNOW, JUST LOTS OF SUNSHINE. A COOL DAY. IN THE VALLEY BEGINS IN THE 30S, AND THEN IN THE 40S, ABOVE THE 40S AND 50S IN THE AFTERNOON. THE LOOTS WILL SEE A COLD START AND RELEASE A HIGHEST IN THE ABOVE 40’S. IN THE HIGH SIERRA THE SNOW GOES NOWHERE, IT REMAINS COLD THIS WEEK. SOME NICE CLOUDS IN THE AFTERNOON WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE TAHOE BASIN AND TRUCKEE IN THE LOW 30’S. I want

Here’s a look at the Northern California rain and snow totals from this weekend’s storm

Rain and snow have moved out of Northern California, and we’re left with some pretty impressive rain and snow totals. Most of the Valley spots had more than an inch of rain on Saturday alone. Sacramento received 1.71 inches of rain since Saturday. For downtown Sacramento, the average from October 1 to December 12 is 3.98 inches. This year, the area has seen more than 10 cm in the month of December alone. The total is now 5.85 inches, or 147%, of the average December rainfall. As expected, the High Sierra received more than four feet of snow during this weekend’s storm. Many ski resorts have reported more than 50 centimeters of snow since Saturday Video below | A closer look at Sacramento’s rain totals

Rain and snow have moved out of Northern California, and we’re left with some pretty impressive rain and snow totals.

Most of the Valley spots had more than an inch of rain on Saturday alone.

Sacramento received 1.71 inches of rain since Saturday. For downtown Sacramento, the average from October 1 to December 12 is 3.98 inches. This year, the area has seen more than 10 cm in the month of December alone. The total is now 5.85 inches, or 147%, of the average December rainfall.

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As expected, the High Sierra received more than four feet of snow during this weekend’s storm. Many ski resorts have reported more than 50 centimeters of snow since Saturday.

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| Video below | A closer look at Sacramento’s rain totals

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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