Listen: Sacramento, Sacramento Valley, Brian Noble discussed on The KFBK Morning News
"I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFI PK. Let's get you over to the case area weather center and talk to meteorologist Hammarberg voice. So nice outside. I didn't even need a coat for like the first time in a long time. Yeah, it's pretty mild out there right now, Christina temperatures in the upper forty s lower fifty s and you can thank the abundant cloud cover for that. You've got the clouds in place. But we're just starting to see some returns on radar up a little bit of rainfall, especially as you get out towards the coastal spots of your travel plans. Take y'all. Different. Cisco this morning, or let's say Santa Rosa. You may hit a couple of showers here. First thing this morning. Most about rain across much of Sacramento is going to hold off probably until after sunrise. So just after about seventy AM we could see a couple of showers working their way into the Sacramento valley. And once we get into the afternoon, we will see those occasional showers blossom today temperatures will be in the upper fifties. And today's one of those days you just want to keep the umbrella by your side for those hit miss showers throughout the afternoon and evening once we get into Wednesday. I think Wednesday could be a rainy day ahead with more periods of light but steady rainfall and we'll turn a little bit breezy for Wednesday. Then by Thursday. We are looking at just a few leftover showers. First thing in the morning clearing out by the afternoon. And it does look at this point like the weekend. We'll stay dry Casey three meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio KFB K. All right. Thanks so much more right now. It's fifty degrees in Eldorado hills, elk grove has fifty degrees as well. And it's forty nine in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K five thirteen. Now. KFB case top national. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. Back to work in Beauregard, the tiny Alabama community devastated by a mile wide tornado. Search teams are looking for survivors among."