WEATHER STORY
Sacramento
Weather Forecast Office
A weather system will bring moderate snow to the mountains above 3500 feet Thursday into early Friday. Be prepared for snow covered roads, travel delays and possible chain controls. #cawx
Dry weather is expected the next few days but rain and snow return to the area for the end of the week into the weekend. A weaker system moves through later Thursday into Friday with a more impactful system for the weekend that will bring major mountain travel delays. NorCal Travel Forecast, Dec. 7-11, 2022. Wed 7, impact: None, morning fog. Thu 8, impact: None AM to Minor PM, Valley showers, Mountain snow developing Snow levels 3000-4000’. Fri 9, impact: Minor AM to Moderate PM, Valley showers, mountain snow becoming heavier in the evening. Snow levels 3500-4500’. Sat 10, impact: High Valley rain, mountain snow, heavy at times. Snow levels 4000-5000’. Sun 11, impact: high, Valley rain, mountain snow. Snow levels 2500-3500’.

 

Data Courtesy of Sacramento Weather Forecast Office

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