Breezy winds, rain and mountain snow will return to northern California overnight tonight and Wednesday morning.
Snow levels may even lower into the Mother Lode, however, only a light dusting is expected.
Up to half a foot of snow accumulation is possible in the highest elevations.
Additionally, the National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Watch for the Sierra Nevada from Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Steady winds of twenty-five to forty mph are expected with gusts ranging from forty-five to sixty mph.
Impacts could include downed trees, power outages and travel disruptions.
A High Wind Watch means there is a potential for a hazardous high wind event with potential gusts of fifty-eight mph or stronger.