SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The biggest of the season far is forecast to arrive late Saturday through Monday.
Saturday night and through the day on Sunday, a much bigger and stronger storm will impact the area well into Monday. This storm will potentially have 3 - 4 inches of rain in the Valley and 3 - 8 inches of higher elevation rain.
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This is a good, soaking rain that will have many benefits like ending the near-term fire season and allowing lakes and reservoirs to reverse course and start to rise. This will also have some negative impacts like traffic issues and potential spin-outs, crashes, and hydroplaning. For recent burn areas like the Dixie and Caldor Fires areas, the risk of rockslides and debris flow can be high during moments of heavy rainfall with some road closures are possible.
These heavy rains could also spark urban flooding in the Sacramento Valley. There is a Flood Watch in effect Saturday evening - Monday afternoon as moderate to heavy rainfall could occur for a long duration of time.
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