Undated — Forecasters are warning of more severe weather on the way.
The National Weather Service says several Pacific storms are expected to hit Northern California this week with the first bringing rain and cooler temperatures to the area this morning.
The Weather Service says the storm will blow through by this afternoon, but could bring snow to levels as low as 5500 feet.
Shower activity is forecast to end this evening as a high pressure system moves inland. Officials say a warm front will then bring precipitation to the Sierra foothills by tomorrow night with snow levels rising to the 7000 foot mark.
More colder temperatures and rain are expected to move through Thursday.
Forecasters say high pressure will then roll in Friday, bringing dryer, warmer weather.