Allergy sufferers beware: breezy conditions are predicted again today in the Sacramento region.
As two other systems are forecast to dampen Northern California again beginning Monday, the numbers are in for February and they look good and wet.
Sacramento should get slightly more than an inch of rain this week, with the first set of warmish showers expected to visit sometime today and lasting through Tuesday morning.
A tornado warning issued at 6:24 p.m. today by the National Weather Service for areas east of Woodland has expired.
With one downpour in the rear view mirror, still another is ready to head inland from the Pacific Ocean as another shot of rain heads to Sacramento oaks, pastures, lawns and birdbaths on Friday.
One more day of dry weather remains before two weather systems bring what is expected to be more than an inch of rain to the Sacramento region.
Rain is in the forecast this week with two storms headed Sacramentos way.
Two major storms heading toward Northern California will bring much-needed moisture to Sacramento later this week.
The Sacramento Valley got very little moisture from the storm Saturday.
Rain could conveniently arrive Saturday night, leaving the holiday weekend mostly sunny and rain-free.
Public safety agencies recommend residents put together emergency supply kits, which can come in handy in the event of floods, fires or extended power outages.
Q: What state mountain set the record for snow from a single storm?
A: Mount Shasta received 189 inches from a single storm in 1959.
Q: From 1950 to 2004, how many tornadoes formed in Sacramento County?
A: Four tornadoes. The strongest was an F2.
Q: What is the mass of the atmosphere?
A: About 5 million billion tons.
Q: How often do two blue moons occur in a year?
A: Only three or four times per century.
Q: What is California's record low temperature for April?
A: -30 degrees at White Mountain.