Storms Ahead of a Cool Saturday, Sunday

  • Storms Ahead of a Cool Saturday, Sunday

Storms Ahead of a Cool Saturday, Sunday

Clearing overnight but mostly cloudy by Saturday morning. There is a 60 percent chance of light rain, mainly after 3 a.m. Winds will be from the northeast at 10 to 13 miles per hour.

Temperatures will rebound for the upcoming work and school week though, with 50s and 60s for Monday turning into the 70s by Tuesday. Tonight's low is 52 degrees with fair skies. Both today and tomorrow will be rain free and mostly sunny.

Sacramento saw just.06-0.12 inches of rain Wednesday, about half of what hit the Bay Area, according to the California Nevada River Forecast Center.

Friday night into Saturday, blizzard conditions are expected to develop from central Nebraska through northwest Iowa, with 6 to 14 inches of snow possible, the weather service said. Things to look out for would include thunder, lightning, and heavier wind gusts.We will have chances of rain all throughout the day and into the evening hours.

Saturday we'll have rain turning to snow as the storm system slowly pulls away and the wrap around cold air spills in. The rain will be heavy at times and the winds will be strong. You may even hear a few rumbles of thunder in the very early morning hours.

Hopefully the sunshine and warm temperatures brought a smile to your face, Friday was gorgeous! A decent wind will stick around through the afternoon and evening with more snow likely to dip in after 3pm today. There is a slight chance for a little valley rain and mountain.