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(KTXL) — According to a tweet from the National Weather Service Sacramento, there will be a unsettling weather pattern across California from Sunday July 31, 2022, to Tuesday August 2, 2022, causing heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms.

According to the tweet, monsoon moisture is building over California which will bring scattered thunderstorms with heavy rain.

Those in the mountains can expect to see scattered thunderstorms with lightning and heavy rain. These patterns are most likely to appear in the afternoon and evenings.

Those in the Valley and Foothills may possibly see isolated showers and scattered thunderstorms sometime on Monday.

The National Weather Service Sacramento warns that this is an uncertain weather pattern and that there is no exact time when these patterns will occur.

The National Weather Service Sacramento will also be monitoring any heavy downpours in case of floods or landslides due to recent burn scars.

According to the FOX40 weather center, the temperatures will be in the mid 90’s, however, there will be a higher humidity and the air will feel “muggy” during the day Monday.

On Tuesday, clouds will continue to drift throughout the Sacramento region, however, there is a lower chance of showers. The greatest chance of thunderstorms and rain will be in the Sierra.

With the chance of thunderstorms and lightning, the National Weather Service Sacramento warns residents to take cover indoors or in a car when they hear thunder. They also said for residents to avoid going under trees or pavilions and stay away from bodies of water.