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Gusty winds to continue this weekend; Warmer on Sunday

Gusty winds to continue this weekend; Warmer on Sunday

Windy weather will continue Friday, with northwest winds pickup up during the day. Skies will be mostly clear but winds could gust to 20-30 mph, according to News10 meteorologist Monica Woods. Valley high's will stay unseasonably cool in the upper 60s to near 70.

The weekend will bring sunshine Saturday but breezy throughout the area. Northwest winds will continue as a high pressure ridge builds across the west. Expect wind gusts to near 25 mph in the Valley, with highs in the mid to upper 70s, said Woods.

Sunday will be warmer with calmer winds. Sunshine and highs near 80 are expected for the Valley. The pleasant weather will continue into the work week with mostly sunny skies Monday and highs in the lower 80s. 

Crazy weather part 2! Fairfield covered in snow

Crazy weather part 2! Fairfield covered in snow

Snow in the spring? Yes that's right...snow fell in Fairfield Thursday around 4 p.m.! These are photos sent in from residents in the area.

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Crazy weather! Hail falls in Vacaville

Crazy weather! Hail falls in Vacaville

Hail fell from the sky just before 4 p.m. in Vacaville Thursday. Diana G. sent in this photo of the wild weather. She said the hail came down pretty hard and lasted about 45 minutes. She also said thunder could be heard every now and then in the cloudy skies.

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National Weather Service warns of flooding

SACRAMENTO, CA - The National Weather Service says it expects several area rivers to reach flood stage overnight Thursday and into Friday.

The Yolo Bypass near Lisbon will reach flood stage early Friday morning, the NWS said.  The NWS also warned of flooding along the Sacramento River near Ord Ferry. The river is already at flood status near the Tehema Bridge.

On the Cosumnes River the NWS warned that low lying lands near Michigan Bar should expect minor flooding.

Wild weather hits the area Thursday

Wild weather hits the area Thursday

Wild weather was on the forecast Thursday. Occasional heavy rain and possible damaging winds along with a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms were expected during the day.

Flooding concerns rise later in the day with a Flood Advisory in effect for the Valley until 7:45 a.m. Friday. Rapid rises on creeks and streams were possible with heavy afternoon rain. Underpasses and other roadways may see ponding of water. Even though the heavy rain will end by Thursday evening, creeks and streams will continue to rise through early Friday.

News10 Meteorologist Monica Woods said many locations will pick up at least another inch of rain and possibly more by the time it winds down. The wind will be a big story as well, with frequent gusts over 50 or 60 mph. Winds this strong will topple trees and cause power outages across the Valley.