Minimal rainfall in western Nevada County |

Minimal rainfall in western Nevada County

Nevada County saw some precipitation Sunday night and Monday morning, but it was very light.

Giovanni Paredes, who operates a local weather reporting website, called it “trace amounts” of rain.

“It was just enough to wet the dust down,” said Paredes.

But that’s over, for now. Paredes is expecting daily highs to stay down in the mid-80s with fair skies and warm nights until Thursday, when temperatures rebound to the mid-90s.

“Recommence your summer plans. But this weekend, thunderstorms will return.”
Giovanni Paredes

“It’s back to summer, without this crazy weather,” said Paredes, who operates

There are rainstorms in the region, but they’re moving toward Oregon through Plumas County through Redding and Yreka.

“It’s safe to go back to the mountains without getting soaked,” Paredes said.

“Recommence your summer plans. But this weekend, thunderstorms will return.”

Forecasts call for mostly sunny and sunny weather through Friday.

To contact Staff Writer Dave Brooksher, email or call 530-477-4230.

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