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How long will it rain in Sacramento, snow in Sierra Thursday?

The long-awaited rain and snow has come in Northern California on Thursday. KCRA 3 weather team declares Thursday Weather Impact Day for travel impact in Sierra where is the chain controls are in effect for portions of Interstate 80 and Highway 50. past pair of the weeks were mostly dry and that weather system can bring a few feet of snow into the Sierra and some moisture needed to keep the vegetation from drying out out. Send us your storm videos at kcra.com/upload. (Video above: live broadcast of our morning news coverage. video below: December 1, 5 am forecast and storm coverage.) Scroll down to see latest forecast from our weather teaminteractive radar and real-temporary traffic map. Here latest updates. Here latest refreshes you should know Around 8:01 am: Sierra Avalanche Center releases avalanche backcountry warning until Friday morning for Mountains of the Central Sierra Nevada between Yuba Pass on in north and Ebbets Pass on south, including great Lake Tahoe area. “Legs of new snow and strong wind overload already light snow cover and result in very dangerous avalanche conditions in mountains”, i.e. warning said. “Avalanche activity can be widespread and some avalanches can be large and destructive. triggered from the flatter places below at the top and to the sides of steep slopes. 8:00 am: Heavenly says wind gusts will affect some operations. 7:59: Another circuit control update. 7:29 am: all schools in Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Closed for snowy day. 7:28: Look at possible the total amount of rain and snow we can expect based on on our weather team forecast from this morning. 6:46 am: Those traveling to the Sierra can check latest road conditions here. Caltrans says it’s about I-80: Chain controls are in effect from 2 miles east of Baxter in Placer County in Truckee. Trucks heading east are being checked at Applegate. Trucks bound west are checked 5 miles west of Renault.Caltrans says it’s about Highway 50: Chains required from Twin Bridges to Meyers in Eldorado County. That’s what you are need to know about the forecast. Gusty Conditions Meteorologist Eileen Javora says in weather system will bring a gusty wind on Thursday. “A little of impulses out of in the south it can be 35 to 40 miles per hour, especially on East side of Valley, eastern Sacramento County down through the lower Foothills,” she said this week. Rain in Sacramento Valley latest models there is rain moving after a little more quickly, so that the morning trip will be windy and wet, with rain continues until noon with clearing in in the afternoon, according to our weather team.Northern California could see around half inch by inch of rain in some parts of the valley like Sacramento on Thursday. Elsewhere around Modesto one could see quarter of inches to three quarters of inch of rain. Late Thursday morning and noon hours, rain is expected to move south and ease for Valley though the snow will hang on — and snow levels may even drop at this time. Combination of wind and rain will bring down leaves through region what could back up storm drains. video below: Sacramento Crew clear leaves street in preparation for RainSierra Snow Lots of snow forecast of day in Sierra above 5000 feet with clusters of 2 feet possible in higher heights on Thursday. Ski areas can be in 3 feet range. Meteorologist Dirk Verdorn says weight of snow will be over 3,000 feet. Looking ahead By Thursday evening and Friday, the rain and snow will stop, but we may have some fog by Friday morning. Northern California will get a break from the rain on Friday before the rain begins develop again on Saturday and stay for Sunday. But sometimes rain and snow over the weekend at this point is still hard on time outour weather team says. Warming centers in Sacramento open warning center at DHA 28th Street Annex from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am Wednesday at least next a week. It is located at 1725 28th St. in downtown Sacramento. To study more in video player below. track real-Temporary traffic updates here (App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.) Track our interactive Doppler radar here (App users, click here to see our interactive radar map.) Download our app for the last one is where you can download our application for in latest weather alerts. Follow our KCRA weather team on social MediaChief Meteorologist Mark Finan on Facebook and TwitterMeteorologist Tamara Berg on Facebook and TwitterMeteorologist Eileen Jawora on FacebookMeteorologist Dirk Verdorn on Facebook Meteorologist/Climate Reporter Heather Waldman on Facebook and TwitterFollow our forecasts on TV or onlineHere you can find latest video forecast. You can also watch live broadcast of our latest news release here. Banner on our website turns red when we live.We also streaming on very local application for Roku, Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV.

The long-awaited rain and snow has come in Northern California on Thursday. KCRA 3 weather team declares Thursday Weather Impact Day for travel impact in Sierra where is the chain controls are in effect for portions of Interstate 80 and Highway 50.

past pair of the weeks were mostly dry and that weather system can bring a few feet of snow into the Sierra and some moisture needed to keep the vegetation from drying out out. Send us your storm videos at kcra.com/upload.

(Video above: live broadcast of our morning news coverage. video below: Deq. 1.5 am forecast and storm coverage.)

Scroll down to see latest forecast from our weather teaminteractive radar and real-temporary traffic map. Here latest updates.

Here latest refreshes you should know about

8:01: The Sierra Avalanche Center released an avalanche backcountry center. warning until Friday morning for Mountains of the Central Sierra Nevada between Yuba Pass on in north and Ebbets Pass on south, including great Lake Tahoe area.

“Legs of new snow and strong wind overload already light snow cover and result in very dangerous avalanche conditions in mountains”, i.e. warning said. “Avalanche activity can be widespread and some avalanches can be large and destructive. triggered from the flatter places below at the top and to the sides of Steep slopes.”

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8 a.m: Heavenly says wind gusts will affect some operations.

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7:59: Another chain of command update.

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7:29: All schools in Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Closed for snowy day.

7:28: Here look at possible the total amount of rain and snow we can expect based on on our weather team forecast from this morning.


6:46 am: Those traveling to the Sierra can check latest road conditions here.

Caltrans says it’s about I-80: Chain controls are in effect from 2 miles east of Baxter in Placer County in Truckee. Trucks heading east are being checked at Applegate. Trucks bound west are checked 5 miles west of Renault.

Caltrans says it’s about highway 50: Chains required from Twin Bridges to Meyers in Eldorado County.

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That’s what you are need to know about the forecast.

Choppy conditions

Meteorologist Eileen Jawora says in weather system will bring a gusty wind on Thursday.

“A little of impulses out of in the south it can be 35 to 40 miles per hour, especially on East side of Valley, eastern Sacramento County down through the lower Foothills,” she said this week.

Rain in Sacramento Valley

latest models there is rain moving after a little more quickly, so that the morning trip will be windy and wet, with rain continues until noon with clearing in in the afternoon, according to our weather team.

Northern California could see around half inch by inch of rain in some parts of the valley like Sacramento on Thursday. Elsewhere around Modesto one could see quarter of inches to three quarters of inch of rain.

Late Thursday morning and noon hours, rain is expected to move south and ease for Valley though the snow will hang on — and snow levels may even drop at this time.

Combination of wind and rain will bring down leaves through region what could back up storm drains.

video below: Sacramento Crew clear leaves street in preparation for rain

Sierra Snow

Lots of snow forecast of day in Sierra above 5000 feet with clusters of 2 feet possible in higher heights on Thursday. Ski areas can be in 3 feet range.

Meteorologist Dirk Verdorn says weight of snow will be over 3,000 feet.

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Chain controls affecting travel to Sierra also expected on Thursday and early Friday. Click here for take a look at QuickMap Caltrans for driving conditions. Click here to find highway conditions.

The snow level will drop about 4000 feet during the day, with clusters of 6 to 12 inches.

Chances for small amounts of snow down to 2500 feet by Thursday evening to Friday morning.

FROM more snow in Sierra on Saturday evening and Sunday, then there may be problems with travel.

video below: shares of Truckee residents up forthcoming of sierra storm

looking ahead

By Thursday evening and Friday, the rain and snow will stop, but fog may appear by Friday morning.

Northern California takes a break from the rain on Friday before the rain begins develop again on Saturday and stay for Sunday.

But sometimes rain and snow over the weekend at this point is still hard on time outour weather team says.

Warming centers in Sacramento open

Sacramento County opens warning center at DHA 28th Street Annex from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am Wednesday at least next a week. It is located at 1725 28th St. in downtown Sacramento. To study more in video player below.

track real-temporary traffic updates here

(App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.)

Track our interactive Doppler Radar here

(App users, click here to see our interactive radar map.)

Download our app for in latest

That’s where you can download our application for in latest weather alerts.

Follow our KCRA weather team on social media

Follow our forecasts on TV or online

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