Video: Halloween Storm, Hour-by-hour

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The heaviest rain moves through the Sacramento Valley between Noon and 3 p.m.  By early evening (5-6 p.m.) the bulk of the rain moves into the foothills with just a few lingering showers left over the valley for trick-or-treaters.

The majority of the storm from then on will be in the mountains with snow beginning in the Sierra after 6 p.m. with snow level at 6,000 ft.  Snow level drops to 4,800 ft overnight but accumulations that low should be light with just a few inches at 5,000 ft.

Higher elevations near Crest of the Range could see as much as 6” – 10” by Saturday afternoon.  Saturday is looking dry for the valley but a 20% chance of a lingering light shower or two cannot be ruled out through the morning and afternoon.

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