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Clearing up in the High Sierra

Clearing up in the High Sierra

This shot was too good to pass up as I came back down Interstate 80, following an assignment at the Sugal Bowl ski resort, near Truckee.  After a day of unsettled weather, including rain in the valley and snow at higher elevations in the Sierra, the scenery looked amazing Wednesday afternoon.  This picture was taken at the Emigrant Gap vista point, on the westbound side of I-80.

Don't rain on my parade, or festival

SACRAMENTO, CA - Debbie Chan never thought she'd have to worry about rain for her daughter's outdoor wedding in Chico this weekend.

"I'm looking for umbrellas, not fans for this weekend, I can't believe it," said Debbie Chan.

Debbie's wedding planner is searching the area for party tents but is having little luck.

Organizers for two major festivals scheduled for June 4th are scrambling with a plan B due to the threat of rain.

Sacramento's Gay Pride festival and the SPCA's Doggie Dash are the largest fundraisers of the year for these two groups. 

"We're freaked out a bit but we're on rain or shine," said Leslie Kirren with Sacramento SPCA.

"We're checking the forecast by the hour and won't cancel but we need tents just in case," said Gay Pride Festival organizer, Sarah Freid.

 by C. Barnard, cbarnard@news10.net

The rainbow after today's wild weather

After the wild weather on Sunday, a rainbow was spotted to welcome milder weather for the upcoming week.

Another foggy Friday forecast for the valley but sunshine for the hills

SACRAMENTO, CA -- More fog will give us a "soupy" start Friday and will lead to hazy afternoon conditions. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. throughout the valley and toward the Delta.

News10 Meteorologist Monica Woods says the fog will slowly thin to a haze a bit later on in the day. Highs will only reach the low to upper 50s.

Wood burning is prohibited in Sacramento County.

Woods says the Foothills and Sierra will see ample sunshine through Friday. Highs will be in the 60s for the hills and 50s for the Sierra.

Fog will be a little less noticeable this weekend. Woods says Saturday will start with some patchy fog in the valley then partly cloudy skies are expected through the day as a weak disturbance heads inland.

Rain and snow are expected Sunday.

Fog, cold temps here to stay

Fog, cold temps here to stay

Northwest winds and patchy low clouds overnight lead to Thursday morning's foggy conditions during the commute. But skies cleared and the sun will be shining by afternoon as a high pressure ridge builds in across the state, according to News10 meteorologist Mellisa Paul.

Highs for Thursday will be near 60 and north winds will calm throughout the day leading to a foggy Friday forecast in the valley. But the fog should clear late in the day Friday for an afternoon of sunshine and highs remaining near 60.