It’s going to be cold by day and freezing by night but the snow is a welcome savior for people living along Pacific Coast and inland a little bit. Here on the east side of the Sierra Nevada, we’ll looking for two to four more inches of snow late tonight with temperatures will hang around 20 degrees.
On Wednesday, we’re expecting more snow – maybe one to three inches of new snow accumulations of up to 3 inches, High Wednesday around 37 with a overnight low of 20.
Thursday – looking for partial rain, partial snow, with a high of 40 degrees and a low Thursday night down around 18 degrees.
On Friday, not much snow – 40 degrees for a high, and a low of 18 for the overnight low.
Then Saturday temperatures will get noticeably colder…37 derees for a high, 14 degrees for a low. Probably no rain or snow overnight