The Central Sierra and Northern California could get light but-much-needed rain and snow this weekend and late next week, according to the National Weather Service.
The Weather Service forecasts a 50 percent chance of rain for areas below 6,000 feet between midnight Saturday and noon Sunday. Higher elevations could receive between 6 to 10 inches of snow.
“This is going to be a much, much smaller system” than last weekend’s storm, said NWS meteorologist Eric Kurth.
The skies will clear Sunday and Monday, followed by additional chances of light rain between Tuesday and Thursday.
Last weekend’s storm brought about 3 inches of rain to Groveland and Sonora and more at higher elevations.
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