Wet weather will continue for the next few days in Northern California, as forecasts show another week of valley rain and mountain snow. Sacramento will see 1 to 2 inches of rain Monday through Thursday.
Caltrans is discouraging mountain travel as another Pacific storm system will bring moderate snow across the Sierra range, according to National Weather Service forecasts. Moderate rain will fall in Sacramento.
The latest National Weather Service forecast shows light showers Wednesday in Sacramento, with a chance of heavier rain in the event of a thunderstorm. A thunderstorm would be most likely after 11 a.m.
Police in Bellevue, Nebraska, searched the Paradise Lakes neighborhood by boat on March 16, 2019 looking for anyone who didn’t evacuate and was in need of help after officials “strongly encouraged” residents to leave the day before.
After heavy snowfall throughout January and February 2019, Yosemite National Park is implementing late seasonal openings. This is due to damage that occurred to many of the park's facilities as a result of the snowfall.