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Double rainbow spotted in Elk Grove

Double rainbow spotted in Elk Grove

Carol Kerton sent in this photo of a double rainbow after the Spring storm on Sunday, May 15. She spotted it in Elk Grove from Interstate 5.

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Hail falls in Elk Grove Sunday

Hail falls in Elk Grove Sunday

News10 viewer Michelle Gaskill sent in these photos of hail falling during a spring storm in Elk Grove on Sunday, May 15.

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The rainbow after today's wild weather

After the wild weather on Sunday, a rainbow was spotted to welcome milder weather for the upcoming week.

Sunshine on Friday, possible rain over the weekend

Sunshine on Friday, possible rain over the weekend

Friday will be the warmest day of the weekend as cooler temperatures are expected to roll in. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds Friday with highs near 80, said News10 meteorologist Monica Woods.

A low pressure system will bring back a chance of weekend showers. Expect increasing clouds on Saturday with a chance of nighttime showers. Highs will drop to near 70 degrees.

On Sunday, cold air will start to move through Northern California with unsettled, changing weather through the day. Woods said there will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms and highs will only reach the lows 60s. Temperatures will trend about 15 to 20 degrees below normal.

The threat for showers continues on Monday with highs remaining well below normal in the upper 60s.

Enjoy the sun while you can!

Hot now, cooler this weekend

Hot now, cooler this weekend

The 90-degree scorching weather will end after today. On Friday, we can expect cooler temperatures with highs in the low to mid 80s, said News10 meteorologist Mellisa Paul.

The weekend will bring even cooler weather with Saturday expected to reach highs in the upper 70s. Clouds will increase as a low pressure system begins to move south out of the Gulf of Alaska, Paul said.

On Sunday, don't be surprised to see scattered showers with periods of sunshine. Highs will drop to the low 70s and rain will be less than a .10" of an inch in the area.

The beginning of the work week will bring clear skies and highs in the mid 70s.

Chilly, but storm-free weekend ahead

Chilly, but storm-free weekend ahead

The Valleys saw a chilly start Friday with lows dropping into the 30s! Daytime highs will rise to the upper 50s to low 60s, according to News10 meteorologist Mellisa Paul. A mix of sun and clouds is expected for Friday with a small potential for light scattered showers. Another round of afternoon thunderstorms is in order as well.

On Thursday an EF 0 tornado touched down near Fairfield causing minor structural damage. While Thursday's storms favored the Delta, Friday’s best chance for turbulent weather will be the North San Joaquin Valley and foothills, Paul said.

The ridge of high pressure that will start to build over California for the weekend will sag slightly late Sunday into Monday as a storm pushes into the North West. Light shows may impact the North Mountains, but further south will remain dry with increasing clouds.

Temperatures will stay cool, but heat near normal for the weekend.

Storm causes flooding in Elk Grove

Storm causes flooding in Elk Grove

Ty, in Elk Grove, sent in these photos of flooding in his driveway from the relentless storm Thursday. He said his trailer sunk almost two feet since the storm began earlier in the day.

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