Another round of wet and windy weather is forecast for Northern California from Tuesday night into Wednesday as another Pacific storm brings gusty winds, valley rain and mountain snow.
Ahead of the front, increasing southerly winds are expected, with the strongest wind occurring Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Wind gusts of up to fifty mph can be expected in the Northern San Joaquin Valley and up to 70 mph or higher in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Rainfall totals of one half to one-and-a-half inches can be expected in the Central Valley with one to four inches in the Mother Lode and the mountains.
Snow levels will be rising to 6,500 to 7,500 feet on Tuesday and then fall to 5,500 to 6,500 feet on Wednesday.
Snowfall amounts of up to one foot is expected over the higher mountain elevations.
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by – MyMotherLode