SACRAMENTO, Calif — Coming off of the driest February since 1849 in Sacramento, the Central Valley was in dire need of a good dousing. That's exactly what we received over the weekend. A strong low-pressure system stalled out over the area providing rainfall for 2 to 3 days.
Here's a look at some of our rain totals:
- Davis: .64"
- Sac International: 1.49"
- Stockton: 1.62"
- Grass Valley: 2.67'
- Soda Springs: 6.20"
Weekend snow totals were just as impressive:
- Kingvale: 52"
- Soda Springs: 28"
- Echo Summit: 22"
- Blue Canyon: 20"
- Grass Valley: 4"
More rain and snow are in the forecast for this weekend.
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