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Rain arrives in NorCal, breaks record 65-day dry streak

Some much-needed rain fell in Northern California on Tuesday – the first to actually see many areas in more than 65 days. Inland rain pushed in from the coast in the early morning hours and the most steady amount fell during the morning commute, meteorologist Tamara Berg said. Most of the rain in Northern California fell as of 6 p.m. until 9 a.m. Every county in the KCRA 3 coverage area should see some rain today. Amounts will be slightly lower in the areas around San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties. The snowfall today will hit around and mainly over 6,500 feet. The amounts will be meager, but the controls of the chain could be possible at any time. Some of the chain controls that were in force on Tuesday morning have since been lifted. The best rain was from sunrise until about noon. Possible isolated rains in the afternoon and early evening. Images sent to KCRA 3 showed a funnel cloud forming near Woodland. KCRA 3 meteorologist Mark Finan confirmed that he was in the area around 5:30 p.m. The funnel cloud never touched the ground, so no damage was reported. The next chance of rain and snow will arrive on Saturday. Watch our interactive Doppler radar (Application users, click here) Watch traffic on this map (Application users, click here)

Some much-needed rain fell in Northern California on Tuesday – the first to actually see many areas in more than 65 days.

Inland rain pushed in from the coast in the early morning hours and the most steady amount fell during the morning commute, meteorologist Tamara Berg said.

Most of the rain in Northern California fell from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Every county in the KCRA 3 coverage area should see some rain today. Amounts will be slightly lower in the areas around San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties.

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Snowfall today will hit around and mostly over 6,500 feet. The amounts will be meager, but the controls of the chain could be possible at any time. Some of the chain controls that were in force on Tuesday morning have since been lifted.

The best rain was from sunrise until about noon. Possible isolated rains in the afternoon and early evening.

Images sent to KCRA 3 showed a funnel cloud forming near Woodland. KCRA 3 meteorologist Mark Finan confirmed that he was in the area around 5:30 p.m. The funnel cloud never touched the ground, so no damage was reported.

The next chance of rain and snow will arrive on Saturday.

Watch our interactive Doppler radar

(Application users, click here)

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