Another weather system will move through Northern California Sunday through Monday. This is the stronger of two systems and will bring with it heavy mountain snow on Sunday night that is likely to result in travel delays including chain controls.
Snow levels in the Sierra are forecast to drop down to between 5,500 and 6,000 feet with snow accumulations of one to two feet above 6,000 feet.
According to the National Weather Service in Sacramento, rainfall amounts in Northern California are not expected to be heavy enough to cause flooding problems for burn areas.
Forecasters on Friday said this latest storm system should bring a nice soaking rain to most locations in the Sacramento region. After the system passes on Monday the rest of the coming week is expected to be dry.