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    Brace yourself for triple-digit heat in Central Valley

    The forecast calls for 103 Monday, 101 Tuesday, 100 Wednesday and mid- to upper 90s the rest of the week, said Drew Peterson, National Weather Service meteorologist. The low Monday into Tuesday will be 68, he said. Normally it’s 62.


    Expect more valley rain, Sierra snow as blustery storms roll through state

    The season's first storm blew into the Northern San Joaquin Valley and foothills Monday, bringing snow to the higher elevations and rain lower down. Wet and blustery conditions are expected to continue, on and off, through Wednesday.


    Snowstorm blankets Northeast

    ALBANY, N.Y. — A powerful winter storm dumped a foot or more of snow in the Northeast on Wednesday, knocking out power to thousands and stalling air traffic from Boston to Philadelphia, all ahead of a second system packing strong winds that could blanket the area with another foot of snow.


    Precipitation welcome, is it enough?

    Local officials are welcoming the cloudy skies and rainy days, but say it is too early to judge what it means for the region's water supply come summer.