Listen: Sonora, Cal Sonora And Sacramento San Joaquin Valley discussed on Pat Walsh
"Local matters to get to storms expected to continue. Yes. They did moving to northern California today. Dumping more rain, more snow. It was pouring. It was like it was living in a cloud. Today was pouring so hard coming down here. So the thunderstorms began hitting the Sacramento San Joaquin valley around noon, moved into the Sierras no picked up near king Vail at Donner lake storms expected to last into tonight. Case you're wondering the snow levels stand around six thousand feet chain controls in effect highway fifty from twin bridges to Myers then the same by tomorrow morning. The you expected to dry out the foothills will continue to see rain. Well, of course it well through tomorrow. Snow continue in the Sierras snow levels dropping to five thousand feet. Yeah. Started like a storm cell moving through Sonora around one pm today. Heavy rainfall hail there moved through. Another line of storms move through the delta and L grow pelting the area with heavy rain two pm today. Severe thunderstorm warnings issued for Twala me county storms led to flooding in the Sonora era. Cal Sonora area before four PM today. Calaveras county was hit with under storms. Doppler radar showing the storm produce lightning. Saw some lightning when I was coming in tonight. But it just seems like this is like the longest stretch of rain that I can remember in this area for a little longtime either we get the drought. So we just get an amazing amount of rain and snow, but we needed it. Of course. I."