NOAA is forecasting snow for northern California on Wednesday this week. The storm is forecast to come from Alaska and drop a few inches of snow above 7,000-feet near Mt. Lassen and a dusting of snow for Donner Pass near Lake Tahoe, CA.
California really needs rain and snow right now to put out and or slow down some of these fires we’re experiencing.
“A weather system currently situated over Alaska is forecast to move toward Northern California, potentially spreading precipitation south to around the Interstate-80 corridor. Rain amounts of up to 0.33” will be possible, mainly along the far Northern Sacramento Valley. Snow levels may also drop down to around 7000 ft, meaning possible snow for Lassen Park and perhaps a dusting near Donner Pass. We currently believe this will bring rain to the Valley Fire, but not the Butte Fire.” – NOAA