We are waking up this morning to bands of heavy showers in areas across the valley and scattered light showers for others. The heaviest of the rain has moved through last night and this morning. There is a flood advisory in place for mariposa, tulare, and fresno counties. Rain will continue off and on through today. Temperatures are in the 40s and 50s this morning and we are breezy. By 8 am we will be in the mid 40s, low 50s by noon and only reaching a high of 62 for today. Rain will continue and we will have a chance for storms. There is also a winter storm warning until 11 pm tonight for the kern county mountains above 6000 feet. 8-12 inches will be possible with isolated spots up to 12-18 inches. Snow could drop as low as 4000 feet by this afternoon. Flooding will still be a risk today with mudslides and rockslides a possibility near the burnscars. Rain will continue through tuesday but become much more scattered and light. By wednesday rain will slowly move out throughout the day. Once the rain moves out sunshine moves back in thursday and high temperatures quickly warm up in to the upper 70s near 80 by easter sunday.
Vanessa Vasconcelos will have your full forecast on Action News.
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