Storm Brings Low Snow to Northern California

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NYACK -- As a Pacific storm met with a cold pool of air over Northern California Wednesday evening, snow fell in some low elevations, even below 1,000 feet.

Northern Sacramento Valley communities from Redding down to Maxwell even received a dusting of snow.

The snow level was higher further to the south. Along Interstate 80, rain was changing over to snow near 4,000 feet. The snow was sticking and accumulating closer to 5,000 feet.

Warmer air is moving in overnight. Snow levels are forecast to rise above 7,000 feet during the day Thursday.