A storm system that came through the central San Joaquin Valley on Saturday brought scattered showers with it, said Jim Anderson, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Hanford.
Fresno got 0.02 inches of rain by 5 p.m. Saturday, and although the evening had heavy cloud cover, Sunday should be relatively clear.
“I wouldn’t say that it’s going to be totally clear, but it should be mostly sunny,” Anderson said.
There were no reports of snow falling on Saturday, but that could change once the system moves the scattered showers to areas above 5,000 feet, he said.
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The temperatures are expected to remain steady throughout the week with highs in the mid- to upper-50s, and there should be no freezing temperatures, Anderson said.
Another storm system is expected Wednesday afternoon or evening that could bring additional rain.