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Special Weather Statement Issued June 23 At 3:27pm Pdt By Nws Sacramento

...Hot Temperatures For End Of The Week With Increasing Fire Danger This Weekend...


* Heat-Related Illnesses And Impacts Possible To Likely If Actions Not Taken

* Extra Heat Precautions Should Be Made For Outdoor Events And Workers

* Hot And Dry Conditions Priming Fuels For Enhanced Fire Danger

* Initially Dry Thunderstorms With Lightning Could Cause Fire Starts .Forecast Confidence...

* High For Heat

* Medium For Mountain Thunderstorms

* Low For Valley Thunderstorms .Timing And Strength...

* Valley Temperatures Of 100-112 Degrees Thursday And Friday With Warm Overnight Lows In The 70s Across Northern Sac. Valley

* Mountain Thunderstorms Friday To Monday Afternoons And Evenings

* Valley Thunderstorms Possible Friday And Saturday .Weather Summary...

Hot Weather Returns This Week With Widespread Triple Digits In The Valley By Thursday. The Hottest Days Of The Week Are Expected To Be Thursday And Friday Though Some Slight Cooling For Delta Breeze Influenced Areas Is Possible On Friday. Moisture Spreading Northward Friday Into The Weekend Will Bring The Potential For Mainly Mountain Thunderstorms With Lightning But Limited Rainfall Initially. A Few Isolated Thunderstorms May Spread Into The Valley. A Transition To Wetter Mountain Storms Is Possible Sunday Into Early Next Week.

From 1Weather for Android.

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Flood Watch Issued December 08 At 10:39am Pst Until December 12 At 10:00pm Pst By Nws Sacramento

...Urban And Small Stream Flooding And Debris Flow Over Burn Areas Possible Wednesday Night Into Friday...

.A Wet And Windy Storm Is Expected To Bring Significant Rain And Snow To Interior Northern California Wednesday Night Into Friday.

The Significant Rainfall Along With The Rains Earlier This Month Will Lead To Rises On The Small Streams And Flooding In Poorly Drained Areas. Debris Flows Over Burn Areas Are Possible With Saturated Soil And Periods Of Moderate To Heavy Rain.

...Flood Watch In Effect From Wednesday Evening Through Friday Evening...

The National Weather Service In Sacramento Has Issued A

* Flood Watch For A Portion Of Northern California...Including The Following Counties...Alpine...Amador...Butte...Calaveras...

Colusa...El Dorado...Glenn...Lake...Lassen...Nevada... Placer...

Plumas...Sacramento...San Joaquin...Shasta... Sierra...Solano...

Stanislaus...Sutter...Tehama...Tuolumne... Yolo And Yuba.

King...American And Rim Burn Scars.

* From Wednesday Evening Through Friday Evening

* Rainfall Amounts Forecasted Are 1 To 3 Inches In The Valley And Delta. 2 To 5 Inches In The Foothills And 3 To 8 Inches In The Mountains. Snow Levels Will Lower To Around 5000 Ft On Friday.

* Periods Of Heavy Rain Over Recent Burn Scars Could Cause Debris Flows And Flash Flooding.

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From 1Weather for Android.

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Stratus Clouds are low-lying, gray and sheetlike clouds that often produce drizzle. Stratus clouds are a principal cloud type.

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