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More storms stacked up this week for Northern California

April has been holding up in the rain and snow department, with more on the way.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Northern California has seen many drastic swings during this rainy season and another twist is in the works in the week after Easter.

Monday will be a nice and dry day with mild temperatures in the 70s. Beginning late Monday night a new system moves in with rain and snow but totals are expected to be light.

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By Tuesday morning during the commute, most valley spots will have seen at least a little rain with the wettest spots getting about 0.10 inches. Snow levels will be around 6500 feet with chain controls possible for mountain passes. Four to six inches are expected at Donner Summit and 3 to 4 inches for Echo Summit and Highway 50.

The storm leaves later Tuesday with a dry Wednesday on tap.

Late Wednesday a new system moves in that is colder and wetter.  More rain and snow are forecast for Thursday with higher rain and snow totals at lower elevations with chain controls likely.

The pattern shifts to warm and dry conditions for the weekend. 

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