Rain in Northern California on Monday, rest of the week

September is often a month of big changes as summer rolls into autumn and this particular September is no different, with occasional rain showers bringing a flash flood watch on nearby burn scars. More weather changes are forecast for Northern California as the workweek begins. “We’re seeing some isolated showers in the forecast today and maybe even some isolated thunderstorms for the afternoon,” weather forecaster Eileen Javora said Monday morning. Monday morning commuters watch a wet ride. KCRA 3 is calling Monday a weather warning day because it’s the first rain of the season and the morning commute could be slippery as people hit the streets. There is also a small chance of thunderstorms. Rain in Sacramento Monday A weather system spiraling offshore is sending waves of rain to Northern California, with Monday offering the best chance of rain around Sacramento and Stockton. A chance of thunderstorms will appear on Monday as we get into the afternoon, Javora says. “As we get into the afternoon, we may see some thunderstorm flare-ups, particularly around Sacramento and to the west,” she said. There will be scattered showers throughout NorCal in the morning but light to moderate rain is expected in the Sierra throughout the day. From what we know for the remainder of the week Tuesday is again expected to have partly cloudy skies with the possibility of a shower on Tuesday with most activity in the Sierra finally turning haywire. We may wake up with a few showers in the valley, but clearing is expected,” Javora said. We will see a warming trend through Thursday and Friday, with the possibility of reaching 90 by Saturday. Rain levels in this 3-day rain event are looking uncertain. If this storm system stays just west or north of Sacramento, rain totals should be meaningful in many locations. If this system slides further south, rain totals would decrease significantly. (Click through the weather map space below to see the 7- Today’s forecast, find Northern California temperatures and more.) Flash flood warning The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for parts of Northern California through Tuesday.The mosquito fire scar will be monitored Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening.It will rain this morning , increasing the risk of ash flows, and debris flows can occur during thunderstorms developing today,” the National Weather Service said Monday morning. High winds cause power outages across Sacramento County. Tens of thousands of SMUD customers were without power Sunday night as the storm rolled through the area. The first outage was in Rio Linda, where more than 10,000 customers were without power because a pole broke in half and smoked. The second outage occurred in downtown Sacramento, where more than 5,000 customers were left without power because a tree fell on a power line.Temperature TrendRain or no rain, this offshore system will trigger further cooling. Expect high temperatures in the 70s through Tuesday. Morning lows will be in the 50s. The average high temperature for Sacramento at this point in the season is 90 degrees. Sign up for daily weather forecasts and severe weather alerts for your location by CLICK HERE.

September is often a month of big changes as summer rolls into autumn and this particular September is no different, with occasional rain showers bringing a flash flood watch on nearby burn scars.

More weather changes are forecast for Northern California as the workweek begins.

“We’re seeing some isolated showers in the forecast today and maybe even some isolated thunderstorms for the afternoon,” weather forecaster Eileen Javora said Monday morning.

Monday morning commuters watch a wet ride. KCRA 3 is calling Monday a weather warning day because it’s the first rain of the season and the morning commute could be slippery as people hit the streets. There is also a small risk of thunderstorms.

Rain in Sacramento Monday

A weather system squirming offshore is sending waves of rain to Northern California, with Monday having the best chance of rain around Sacramento and Stockton.

A chance of thunderstorms will appear on Monday as we get into the afternoon, Javora says.

“As we get into the afternoon, we may see some thunderstorm flare-ups, particularly around Sacramento and to the west,” she said.

There will be scattered showers throughout NorCal in the morning but light to moderate rain is expected in the Sierra throughout the day.

What we know about the rest of the week

Partly cloudy skies are expected again on Tuesday with the possibility of a shower on Tuesday with most activity taking place in the Sierra.

“When we get into Tuesday night and Wednesday, the system finally spins through. We may wake up with a few showers in the valley but clearing is expected,” Javora said.

We will see a warming trend through Thursday and Friday with the possibility of reaching 90 by Saturday.

Rainfall levels in this 3-day rain event look uncertain. If this storm system stays just west or north of Sacramento, rain totals should be meaningful in many locations. If this system slides further south, rain totals would decrease significantly.

(Click through the weather map space below to find the 7-day forecast, Northern California temperatures, and more.)

flash flood clock

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for parts of northern California through Tuesday.

The mosquito fire burn scar will be monitored from Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday evening.

“It will rain this morning, increasing the risk of ash flows, and debris flows may occur in thunderstorms developing today,” the National Weather Service said Monday morning.

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High winds cause power outages across Sacramento County

Tens of thousands of SMUD customers were without power on Sunday evening as the storm ripped through the area.

The first outage was in Rio Linda, where more than 10,000 customers were without power because a pole broke in half and smoked.

The second outage occurred in downtown Sacramento, where more than 5,000 customers were without power because a tree fell on a power line.

temperature trend

Rain or no rain, this offshore system provides further cooling. Expect high temperatures in the 70s through Tuesday. Morning lows will be in the 50s.

The average high temperature for Sacramento at this point in the season is 90 degrees.

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