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special weather statement
national weather service sacramento ca
215 pm pst thu nov 23 2017

shasta lake area / northern shasta county-
burney basin / eastern shasta county-northern sacramento valley-
central sacramento valley-southern sacramento valley-
carquinez strait and delta-northern san joaquin valley-
mountains southwestern shasta county to northern lake county-
clear lake/southern lake county-
northeast foothills/sacramento valley-motherlode-
western plumas county/lassen park-
west slope northern sierra nevada-
including the cities of shasta dam, burney, redding, red bluff, 
chico, oroville, marysville/yuba city, sacramento, 
fairfield/suisun, stockton, modesto, alder springs, lakeport, 
paradise, grass valley, jackson, chester, quincy, and blue canyon
215 pm pst thu nov 23 2017

dry weather returns friday, with a warm, weak system spreading 
some light precipitation over the northern mountains on saturday.  
more widespread rain is expected with another mild system early 
sunday. a colder storm system is expected to move across the 
region late sunday into early monday, bringing mountain snow. snow
levels will initially be above pass levels with this event but 
will rapidly drop below pass levels in the evening, to 4000-5000 
feet by monday morning, causing travel problems.

motorists traveling into the mountains sunday night into early
monday should be prepared for winter weather conditions. slick 
roads are possible at lower elevations from wet leaves and clogged

precipitation totals:

sunday into monday:
a quarter of inch to 1 inch of rain for the valley, around 1 to 2
inches for the foothills, with 1 to 3 inches possible in the 

above 7000 feet, 4 to 8 inches of snow accumulation, a foot or
more over higher peaks. 

southerly wind gusts to 25-30 mph in the sacramento valley and 55
mph over the crest on sunday.


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