This NOAA satellite image taken shows a warm front moving into the Pacific Northwest with isolated light rain showers that will not extend south of California’s far-north reaches. Sunday morning’s cloudy skies in the Sacramento region are predicted to clear out as the day progresses.
This NOAA satellite image taken shows a warm front moving into the Pacific Northwest with isolated light rain showers that will not extend south of California’s far-north reaches. Sunday morning’s cloudy skies in the Sacramento region are predicted to clear out as the day progresses. Weather Underground AP
This NOAA satellite image taken shows a warm front moving into the Pacific Northwest with isolated light rain showers that will not extend south of California’s far-north reaches. Sunday morning’s cloudy skies in the Sacramento region are predicted to clear out as the day progresses. Weather Underground AP

Sacramento’s sunny, warm conditions could give way to midweek rain – maybe

October 25, 2015 9:18 AM

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