We are still tracking a Flood Watch along the San Joaquin river in Madera and Fresno County lines and the Kings River along Tulare and Kings County.
Weather stays clear this weekend but another round of rain makes landfall this upcoming week.
Starting Monday night, the NWS has issued a Storm Watch for the Sierra, above 3,000ft, as we anticipate heavy snowfall at times.
Lower elevation rain is also in the forecast on Tuesday morning, starting in the North Valley and heading towards the South Valley.
Tuesday afternoon we see widespread rain hitting the Central Valley.
A passing shower could stick around through Wednesday and Thursday. New rain totals are expected to be around .5"-1.00" on the Valley floor and 1"-2" for parts of the foothills.
Snow melt is not looking like a concern for this next storm system, as higher elevation temperatures will remain cold.
Snowfall totals are between 6 inches to 12 inches for anywhere 4,000ft and above and up to 3ft for the highest elevations.
Kassandra Gutierrez has the latest Accuweather Forecast from ABC30 Action News.
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