Hail fell across parts of Fresno and Clovis on Monday, most of the Valley floor got at least a brief rain shower and some snow fell in the central Sierra on Monday as the last clouds of a winter storm rolled through.
The city of Fresno had .04 of an inch as of late Monday afternoon, according to National Weather Service reports.
The snowfall at higher elevations in the Sierra was a repeat of flurries that began the day before.
Come Tuesday, skies will clear to mostly sunny conditions in the Valley, said the National Weather Service. A possibility of snow showers in the mountains remains Tuesday morning before clearing begins in the upper elevations as well.
Temperatures overnight Monday will drop into the low 40s in Fresno and Clovis, then rebound into the mid-60s Tuesday, which is about normal for this time of year.
The rest of the week will follow a pattern of patchy fog in the morning, then clearing skies and highs near 70 degrees. Lows in the Valley will remain in the 40s.
No new storms are in the seven-day forecast issued by the National Weather Service office in Hanford.