Rain, snow in the mountains and travel problems expected Sunday evening, Monday
(KTXL) – A weather system will fall in northern California on Sunday with clouds, cooler temperatures, a chance of downpours and snow from the Sierra.
Most of Sunday will be dry in the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys as clouds blend in with the sun. Temperatures will peak in the lower to mid-1970s. The best chance for the valley’s rain showers will come in the evening. These showers will be light and brief.
Forecast models show more stable rains on Sunday evening will fall in the Sierra foothills. This rain will turn to snow above the altitude of 5,500 feet.
Travelers crossing the Sierra Passes between 5 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday should be prepared for reduced visibility, slippery roads, possible travel delays and chain checks.
Cal Trans has announced road closures for the following areas:
The heaviest snow will fall between 8 p.m. and midnight. The Donner Summit can receive up to six inches of snow from this rapid weather system.
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