Ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or more will make travel or outdoor activity extremely risky, especially on untreated surfaces.
Seasonal temperatures and a chance of flurries are in the Friday and weekend forecast.
Sunny skies arrive Tuesday morning with a few afternoon clouds as high pressure moves into the region. Areas to the north (in blue) will likely see more sleet/ice pellets with some freezing rain mixing in from time to time.
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By early Tuesday morning, according to NWS, a mix of rain and snow could fall around the 500' level in the northern Sacramento Valley area. Winds NE 5-10 miles per hour. Temperatures will drop across the region from the 30s into the 20s by late in the day. Overnight, the low is -17 C.
Environment Canada said Wednesday morning commuters will likely be affected by icy, slippery surfaces. The likelihood of precipitation is low but that would be the likely precipitation type IF precipitation were falling.
Arizona Snowbowl ski resort said it has received 14 inches of snow since Saturday and is expected to have an additional 10-24 inches. There is going to be a break in the action on Wednesday, followed by another round of snow Wednesday night, Thursday, into Thursday night.