Sacramento and other parts of Northern California are expected to see some modest rain Monday. Chances for rain throughout the region could start Sunday night and are expected to last through Monday.
The National Weather Service’s Sacramento office expects the city will receive less than a tenth of an inch of rain. It’s a pittance compared with last week’s record-setting ”bomb cyclone,” which triggered localized flood.
So, don’t get your hopes up for another storm of the century just yet. Elsewhere in Northern California, Monday’s showers could bring a bit more substantial precipitation. The weather service expects up to a quarter inch of rain in Grass Valley, up to an inch in Santa Rosa and less than a tenth in South Lake Tahoe.
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