The Winter Storm Warning for the Sierra Nevada continues through 5 a.m. Monday.
One to two feet of additional snow accumulation is possible above 3000 through 4000 feet. Two to four feet of snow is likely above 7000 feet.
Winds of fifteen to thirty mph will continue, with gusts along the crest ranging from fifty through sixty-five mph.
The National Weather Service has issued an Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory for Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties through 6:15 p.m. this evening.
Localized flooding is occuring in several locations. Streams and creeks are at elevated levels. Be aware of ponding water on area roadways, as well as numerous rock, dirt or mudslides.
Rain showers are likely to continue periodically through Monday.
As of Saturday night, Bear Valley Mountain reported nineteen inches of new snow. Kirkwood Ski Resort reported thirty-two inches of new snowfall. Both ski resorts are in Alpine County.
As of Sunday morning, Modesto had recorded peak wind gusts of 39 mph. Stockton gusts of 55 mph. Sacramento International Airport recorded gusts of 59 mph.
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