Thunderstorms in Northern California Monday; A tornado is possible

KRA 3's weather team calls Monday a warning day due to the possibility of heavy rain, hail and afternoon thunderstorms capable of damaging winds. Monday will also be a day to watch for funnel clouds. There is also the possibility of isolated brief thunderstorms. (See more of our storm coverage live updates below.) Expect a wet morning with standing water on some roads. There will be a break in wet weather over the valley till afternoon. Sunlight until midday can help create instability. That's where we see the potential for scattered thunderstorms. Sierra snow levels are above 5,500 feet. Snow fell Monday morning, but steady snow rates are expected to return later Monday afternoon. Anyone traveling to the Sierra should plan for chain restrictions and delays. Here are the possible rain and snow totals for Monday: Valley: .50-1″, Locally heavy thunderstorms: 1-1.50″, Locally heavy thunderstorms: 8-12″ (Video below: California's snow and (Look at the three-day snow totals.) Showers will return on Tuesday and Wednesday. Our weather team is calling Tuesday an impact day because of the chance for more thunderstorms. At that time, the risk of severe weather will be lower compared to Monday. Get California Storm-Prepared. Download our app for the latest news and weather alerts Track California Doppler radar live View our live traffic map Send us your weather videos and photos Be prepared for road closures: Download Caltrans' QuickMap app or view the latest QuickMap road conditions here. It also displays chain control information. Here are live updates from our Northern California storm coverage: 9:47 am: Crews responded to two people trapped in a vehicle on Kieffer Blvd in Sloughhouse. 7:41 a.m.: A man was rescued from rushing water in a creek early Monday morning in El Dorado Hills. At another creek in Elk Grove, an abandoned vehicle was pulled from the waterway. 7:37 am: Meteorologist Heather Waldman looks at the rain and snow totals for the past few days. 6:30 a.m.: See where overnight storm impacts and river and creek levels are Monday morning Facebook Meteorologist/Climate Reporter Heather Waldman on Facebook and Twitter Watch our forecasts on TV or online Find our latest video forecast here. You can also watch live coverage of our latest news broadcast 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.

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KRA 3's weather team calls Monday a warning day due to the possibility of heavy rain, hail and afternoon thunderstorms capable of damaging winds.

Monday will also be a day to watch for funnel clouds. There is also the possibility of isolated brief thunderstorms.

(See below for live updates from our storm coverage.)

Expect morning showers with areas of standing water on some roads. Wet weather in the Valley will have a break with some clear skies till midday.

Sunshine will help create instability in the afternoon, which is where we see the potential for scattered thunderstorms.

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Sierra snow levels are above 5,500 feet. Snow fell Monday morning, but steady snow rates are expected to return later Monday afternoon. Anyone traveling to the Sierra should plan for chain restrictions and delays.

Here's Monday's chance of rain and snow:

  • Valley: .50-1”, locally high in severe thunderstorms
  • Base: 1-1.50”, locally high in severe thunderstorms
  • Sierra Basses: 8-12”

(Video below: See California's snowfall and three-day snow totals.)

Rain will return on Tuesday and Wednesday. Our weather team is calling Tuesday an impact day because of the chance for more thunderstorms. At that time, the risk of severe weather will be lower compared to Monday.

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Live updates from our Northern California storm coverage

9:47 am: Crews responded to two people trapped in a vehicle on Kieffer Blvd in Sloughhouse.

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7:41 am: In El Dorado Hills, a man was rescued from swift waters in a creek early Monday morning. At another creek in Elk Grove, an abandoned vehicle was pulled from the waterway.

7:37 am: Meteorologist Heather Waldman looks at the rain and snow totals for the past few days.

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6:30 am: Here's a look at overnight storm impacts and Monday morning's river and creek levels.

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