Dreary weather is expected until New Year’s Eve, with minor flooding possible

Rain moving into Northern California Friday and Saturday could lead to some minor flooding in the foothills and some small creeks and streams in the Valley. KRA 3’s weather team is calling Saturday an impact day due to the possibility of creek and street flooding during the first half of the weekend. Here’s the latest: 9 a.m.: The National Weather Service is looking at radar and warning of flooding in the area with heavy rain. 8:05 a.m.: Meteorologist Heather Waldman looks at the future forecast of the coming storm, given the amount of rain that fell earlier in the week. Here’s more on what you can expect: Rain in Northern California Friday rain will be steady, meteorologist Dirk Verdoorne says. Morning and afternoon on the western slope of the Sierra. The valley will see some showers which will become widespread as we move through the afternoon. Northern California will see more rain by Saturday morning, with more rain south of Sacramento in the morning. At 7 a.m. Sunday, skies begin to clear before another system moves in early next week. Sufficient rain is expected by Saturday in flood-prone areas. KCRA 3’s weather team is calling Saturday an impact day. Our weather team says Sacramento area streams and creeks to watch are Deer Creek, Arcade Creek and Dry Creek, which runs from Roseville to the Rio Linda. Elkhorn Boulevard and Rio Linda Boulevard may have water. In such cases these usually have flooding problems. But rivers like the American, Sacramento, and Feather are well within their banks and will not be a flooding problem. | Also | Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan explains what to know about the flood risk this weekend in Northern California. The Cosumnes River is forecast to rise above flood stage Saturday, but crest lower than previously expected. The river flows into southern Sacramento County and could flood parts of Wilton Saturday evening or Sunday. Some flooding is possible near Highway 99 and Twin Cities Road on Sunday. Sacramento County has four sandbags open for unincorporated county residents in flood-prone areas. They are: Branch Center (3847 Branch Center Rd.) Orangevale Community Center (6826 Hazel Ave.) Westside Park (6555 West 2nd St.) Wilton Fire Station (10661 Alta Mesa Rd.) Locations have a 20 bag limit per visit. | Also | Here are some Northern California counties and cities where sandbags are located. Check Sierra Snow Levels Snow levels will increase on Friday, starting at 8,100 feet and reaching 9,100 feet. Any snow that reaches the ground in the high Sierra is very wet and may melt on contact. KCRA 3’s weather team says it will continue into Saturday, with snow levels starting at about 9,100 feet. As the cold front passes, snow levels will drop below 5,400 feet, and southerly winds will be 10 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Stay tuned to KCRA3’s weather team for latest updates, rain, snow and wind details sorted. Download our app for the latest weather alerts over the next few days Dirk Verdoorn on Facebook Meteorologist/Weather Reporter Heather Waldman on Facebook and Twitter Watch our forecasts on TV or online See our latest video forecasts here. You can also watch live coverage of our latest news coverage here. The banner on our website will turn red when we are live. We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV. Track Northern California Doppler Radar here (App users, click here to see our interactive radar map.) Track real-time traffic updates here (App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.)

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Some minor flooding in the foothills and some minor creeks and streams in the valley may occur as rain moves into Northern California Friday and Saturday.

KCRA 3’s weather team is calling Saturday an impact day due to the possibility of creek and street flooding during the first half of the weekend.

Here’s the latest:

9 am: The National Weather Service is looking at radar and warning of flooding in the area with heavy rain.

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8:05 am: Meteorologist Heather Waldman takes you through the rain totals from earlier in the week and looks at future projections of the coming storm.

What you can expect is more:

Rain in Northern California

Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn says rain will be steady Friday morning and into the afternoon on the western slope of the Sierra.

The valley will see some showers which will become widespread as we move through the afternoon.

By Saturday morning, more rain will be expected in Northern California, with more rain south of Sacramento in the morning.

At 7 a.m. Sunday, skies begin to clear before another system moves in early next week.

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Flooding areas are likely to receive enough rain by Saturday

KRA 3’s weather team calls Saturday an impact day.

Sacramento area streams and creeks are Deer Creek, Arcade Creek and Dry Creek, which runs from Roseville to Rio Linda, according to our weather team. Elkhorn Boulevard and Rio Linda Boulevard may have water on them.

These are the areas that usually have some flooding problems during such times.

But rivers like the American, Sacramento and Feather are well within their banks and flooding is not a problem.

| Also | Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan explains what to know about potential flood risks in Northern California this weekend.

The Cosumnes River is forecast to crest above flood stage Saturday, but crest lower than previously expected. The river flows into southern Sacramento County and could flood parts of Wilton Saturday evening or Sunday. Some flooding is possible near Highway 99 and Twin Cities Road on Sunday.

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Sacramento County has four sandbag locations open to unincorporated county residents in flood-prone areas.

They are:

  • Branch Center (3847 Branch Center Rd.)
  • Orangevale Community Center (6826 Hazel Ave.)
  • Westside Park (6555 West 2nd St.)
  • Wilton Fire Station (10661 Alta Mesa Rd.)
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Locations have a limit of 20 bags per visit.

| Also | Here are some Northern California counties and cities where sandbags are located.

Sierra snow levels at a glance

Snow levels will increase on Friday, starting at 8,100 feet and reaching 9,100 feet. Any snow that reaches the ground in the high Sierra is very wet and melts on contact.

KRA 3’s weather team says it will continue till Saturday, with snow levels starting at around 9,100 feet. As a cold front passes, snow levels will drop to 5,400 feet, and southerly winds will be 10 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.

Stay tuned to KRA 3’s weather team for the latest updates as rain, snow and wind details will be sorted over the next few days.

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