MODESTO -- Today got off to a soggy start, and forecasters say the rainfall should continue, off and on, throughout the day. It could get a bit rowdy, too the National Weather Service says theres a chance of thunderstorms in the Northern San Joaquin Valley today.
It hasnt been terribly measurable precipitation, however the Modesto Irrigation District has recorded only a smidge of rainfall. According to MID gauges as of 5 a.m., .01 of an inch fell in downtown Modesto, and it landed between 1 and 2 a.m.
With a colder storm than previous systems, the snow level has moved down the hills to about 4,000 feet, and the CHP is reporting chain controls on Highway 108 in Tuolumne County.