Fog is expected to start to form again in the Northern San Joaquin Valley by late this evening and become dense during the overnight hours.
Conditions will improve during the day on Sunday.
According to the National Weather Service, the first in a series of storm systems will move into parts of Northern California Sunday night and Monday. This is a weak system.
The second system, which will be a little wetter and have more widespread coverage, will move into
the Mother Lode late Tuesday and Tuesday night.
The last and wettest of the storms will then move through Wednesday night and Thursday.
Significant snow accumulations are possible in the Sierra Nevada above 5000 feet, Tuesday night through Thursday with the heaviest amounts expected to fall Wednesday night and Thursday.
Windy conditions will occur in the mountains as each of the last two systems moves into Northern California.
There is also the potential for strong winds in the Central Valley Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night.
by – MyMotherLode