Monday forecast for Sacramento rain, Sierra snow

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After a weekend of rain, snow and thunderstorms, wet weather for Northern California is predicted to continue — at least for the start of the week. Meteorologist Tamara Berg says we can expect some intermittent showers throughout the day Monday with snow above 4,500 feet. Latest Updates6:28am: Chain checks are on Interstate 80 both ways from Truckee to Drum ForebayHere’s what our weather team says to expect: RAIN ON MONDAYBerg says some good, drenching rain will fall on Interstate 80 and into around 9 a.m. east on Highway 50. “So if you need to run an afternoon or morning errand at that time, be prepared. You could have a little slower than normal traffic on the roads when the rain really comes down,” she said. By 3 p.m., occasional showers begin to bloom again with occasional thunderclaps. The valley can see 0.10 to 0.40 inches of rainfall, with the foothills possibly 0.25 to 0.75 inches. The system is expected to depart Northern California on Tuesday. SNOW Snowfall for the mountains on Monday will be mostly above 4,000 feet. Around the passes, we could see 6 to 8 inches of new accumulation in the next 24 hours. OUTLOOK Wednesday will remain dry and the first half of Thursday may also remain dry. However, some showers may form later in the day on Thursday. “Then we get more unsettled weather as we go into late Friday and Saturday,” Berg said. Click here for a look at Caltrans’ QuickMap for traffic conditions. Click here to search conditions by highway. | Video below | Skiers, snowboarders take to the slopes for the weekend after Sierra snowstorms RELATED | Here are Northern California rain and snow totals for the December 1 winter storm Warming Centers in Sacramento, Stockton open Sacramento County will open a warning center at DHA 28th Street Annex from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Wednesday through Dec. 8. It is located at 1725 28th street in downtown Sacramento. Learn more in the video player below. The City of Sacramento opens its Outreach and Engagement Center at 3615 Auburn Blvd. and the North Fifth Street Shelter lobby at 700 North Fifth Street through December 8 from 8:00 PM to 8:00 AM. Sonora St. Track real-time traffic updates here (App users, click here to view our interactive traffic map.) Track Northern California Doppler radar here (App users, click here to view our interactive radar map.) Download our app for the latest Here you can download our app for the latest weather alerts. Follow our KCRA weather team on social media Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan on Facebook and Twitter Meteorologist Tamara Berg on Facebook and Twitter Meteorologist Eileen Javora on Facebook Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn on Facebook Meteorologist/Climate Reporter Heather Waldman on Facebook and TwitterSee our forecast on TV or onlineHere’s our latest video forecast. You can also watch a live stream of our latest news broadcast here. The banner on our website will turn red when we are live. We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV.

After a weekend of rain, snow and thunderstorms, wet weather for Northern California is predicted to continue — at least for the start of the week.

Meteorologist Tamara Berg says we can expect some intermittent showers throughout the day Monday with snow above 4,500 feet.

Latest updates

6:28 am: Chain controls are on Interstate 80 in both directions from Truckee to Drum Forebay

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Here’s what our weather team says you can expect:

RAIN ON MONDAY

Berg says there will be some good, drenching rain on Interstate 80 and east on Highway 50 around 9 a.m.

“So if you need to run an afternoon or morning errand at that time, be prepared.” You could have a little slower than normal traffic on the roads when the rain really comes down,” she said.

By 3 p.m., occasional showers begin to bloom again with occasional thunderclaps.

The valley can see 0.10 to 0.40 inches of rainfall, with the foothills possibly 0.25 to 0.75 inches.

The system is expected to depart Northern California on Tuesday.

SNOW

Snowfall for the mountains on Monday will be mostly above 4,000 feet. Around the passes, we could see 6 to 8 inches of new accumulation over the next 24 hours.

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LOOKING FORWARD

Wednesday will remain dry, and the front half of Thursday may also remain dry.

However, some showers may form later in the day on Thursday.

“Then we get more unsettled weather as we go into late Friday and Saturday,” Berg said.

Click here for a look at Caltrans’ QuickMap for traffic conditions. Click here to search conditions by highway.

| Video below | Skiers, snowboarders take to the slopes for the weekend after blizzards in the Sierra

| RELATED | Here are the Northern California rain and snow totals for the December 1 winter storm

Warming centers in Sacramento, Stockton open

Sacramento County will open an alert center at DHA 28th Street Annex from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Wednesday through December 8. It is located at 1725 28th St. in downtown Sacramento. Learn more in the video player below.

The City of Sacramento opens its Outreach and Engagement Center at 3615 Auburn Blvd. and the North Fifth Street Shelter lobby at 700 North Fifth Street through December 8 from 8:00 PM to 8:00 AM

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In Stockton, the city will open a warm-up zone Thursday through Sunday from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. at the Stribley Community Center, 1760 E. Sonora St.

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Follow real-time traffic updates here

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

Track Northern California Doppler radar here

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

Download our app for the latest news

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Follow our KCRA weather team on social media

Watch our predictions on TV or online

Here’s our latest video forecast. You can also watch a live stream of our latest newscast here. The banner on our website will turn red when we are live.

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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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