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What to expect for rain in Northern California on Monday, rest of the week

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September is often a month of big change as summer turns into autumn, and this particular September is no different as intermittent rain showers bring a flash flood watch to nearby scorch scars. “We’re looking at scattered showers in today’s forecast, and possibly even isolated thunderstorms for the afternoon,” meteorologist Eileen Javora said Monday morning. Monday morning commuters are considering a wet ride. KCRA 3 calls Monday a weather alert day as it is the first rain of the season and the morning commute could be slippery when people hit the road. There is also a slight risk of thunderstorms. Rain in Sacramento on Monday A spiraling weather system off the coast is sending waves of rain to northern California, with Monday being the best chance of rain around Sacramento and Stockton. A chance of thunderstorms appear Monday as we enter the afternoon, Javora said. “As we move into the afternoon, we might see this outbreak of a few thunderstorms, especially around Sacramento and out west,” she said. Scattered morning showers are expected throughout NorCal, but the Sierra will hold on to light to moderate rain throughout the day. What we know for the rest of the week, Tuesday is expected to see partly cloudy skies again with a chance of showers on Tuesday, with most of the activity in the Sierra. We could wake up to some showers in the valley, but clearing is expected,” Javora said. By Thursday and Friday we will see a warming trend with the possibility of reaching 90 by Saturday. Rainfall amounts with this 3-day rain event appear uncertain. If this storm system remains just west or north of Sacramento, rainfall totals should be significant in many locations. If this system slides further south, rainfall totals would be significantly reduced. for parts of Northern California through Tuesday. The Mosquito Fire burn scar is under surveillance from Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday evening. “Rain will resume this morning, increasing the risk of ash flows, and debris flows may occur with any thunderstorms developing today,” the National Weather Service said Monday morning. High winds cause power outages in Sacramento County. the stream Sunday evening as the storm moved through the area. The first outage was in Rio Linda, where more than 10,000 customers were without power due to a smoking pole snapped in two. The second outage was in downtown Sacramento, where more than 5,000 customers were without power due to a tree falling on a power line. Temperature Trend Rain or no rain, this offshore system will trigger another 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 to receive daily weather forecasts and severe weather alerts for your location by CLICKING HERE.

September is often a month of big change as summer turns into autumn, and this particular September is no different as intermittent rain showers bring a flash flood watch to nearby scorch scars.

“We’re looking at scattered showers in today’s forecast, and possibly even isolated thunderstorms for the afternoon,” meteorologist Eileen Javora said Monday morning.

Monday morning commuters are considering a wet ride. KCRA 3 calls Monday a weather alert day as it is the first rain of the season and the morning commute could be slippery when people hit the road. There is also a slight risk of thunderstorms.

Rain in Sacramento on Monday

A spiraling weather system off the coast is sending waves of rain to northern California, with Monday being the best chance of rain around Sacramento and Stockton.

A chance of thunderstorms appear Monday as we enter the afternoon, Javora said.

“As we move into the afternoon, we might see this outbreak of a few thunderstorms, especially around Sacramento and out west,” she said.

Scattered morning showers are expected throughout NorCal, but the Sierra will hold on to light to moderate rain throughout the day.

What we know about the rest of the week

Partly cloudy skies are expected again on Tuesday with a chance of showers on Tuesday, with most of the activity in the Sierra.

“As we enter Tuesday and Wednesday night, that’s when the system finally pivots. We might wake up with some showers in the valley, but clearing is expected,” Javora said.

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

Rainfall amounts with this 3-day rain event appear uncertain. If this storm system remains just west or north of Sacramento, rainfall totals should be significant in many locations. If this system slides further south, rainfall totals would be significantly reduced.

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

Flash flood monitoring

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

The Mosquito Fire burn scar is under surveillance from Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday evening.

“Rain will resume this morning, increasing the risk of ash flows, and debris flows may occur with any thunderstorm that develops today,” the National Weather Service said Monday morning.

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High winds cause power outages in Sacramento County

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

The first outage was in Rio Linda, where more than 10,000 customers were without power due to a smoking pole snapped in two.

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

Temperature trend

Rain or no rain, this offshore system will trigger another 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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