CALIFORNIA, USA — As Northern California braces for a series of storms that could produce inches of rain and feet of snow, many are calling for people to be prepared.
According to ABC10 meteorologist Rob Carlmark, late Thursday night and through Friday morning, a new weather system will bring rain and some snow to the area. This storm could bring up to an inch of Valley rain and several inches for the coastal range and Sierra.
Calmark said Friday night and early Saturday, the storm will mostly clear, but noted that on Saturday night and through the day on Sunday, a much bigger and stronger storm will impact the area well into Monday.
The incoming storms have once again prompted some in Northern California to get sandbags in anticipation for possible flooding. Look below for list of where to find sandbags and sandbag information near you.
Sandbags in Northern California
For Sacramento County, click here.
For Placer County, click here.
For San Joaquin County, sandbags are not provided for free but they can be purchased. Click here for a list of locations.
For Stanislaus County, there are 10 locations available throughout the county. Click HERE for more information.
For Sutter County, the county asks that property owners and businesses take no more than 25 sandbags. A full list of sand bag locations is available HERE.
For Yuba County, there is a limited supply of sandbags for flood emergencies. They can be found at the Yuba County Airport at 1420 Sky Harbor Drive in Olivehurst. For more information, click HERE.
For Plumas County, numerous business will have sand and sandbags available. Click HERE for more information.
For Solano County, sandbags and sand can be picked up at these locations.
For Nevada County, the county offers free sand and sandbags for local residents. For more information sandbag locations, click HERE.