Wet and breezy conditions will continue for your Tuesday, but aren't expected to be as big of an issue as yesterday. The Flood Warning is still in place for the majority of the valley and surrounding foothill, and mountain areas through 4pm on Thursday. The big flooding concern moving forward will be from runoff from recent rain, as the remaining precipitation it expected to die down through Wednesday afternoon. There is a chance for thunderstorms in the valley this afternoon, that could result in isolated areas of heavy rain surrounding that activity. Winds will continue to be stronger than average, but are also expected to diminish compared to yesterday. Winds will be out of the South to 25mph, with gusts to 30mph today in the valley. Some portions of the Sierra could still have gusts to 50mph this morning, but that lowers to 30mph this afternoon.
Temperatures are starting out in the low 50's in the valley this morning, and in the mid 30's to low 40's in most mountain areas. High temperatures will top out in the high 50's to low 60's in the valley, and in the mid to high 40's in the mountains. Similar temperatures are expected through the end of the week.
The next wet system will approach Northern California on Friday. Light precipitation will be possible as early as Friday afternoon, and will last through Saturday. The chance for rain will return on Sunday. Please stay careful if you're going to be out and about today. Despite the decrease in rain, road conditions could still have major impacts across the region. Mud slides in higher elevations, and valley flooding will still be possible today.