From the weather.com, with one of those National Weather Service thingies: "...FRIDAY/S HIGHS MAY BE AS MUCH AS 20 TO 30 DEGREES COLDER THAN WHAT OCCURRED WEDNESDAY [The high on Wednesday was 97, and the low was 61]...EARLY MORNING WINDS THROUGH THE DELTA ARE 30-35 MPH AND 15- 20 IN THE SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL SACRAMENTO VALLEYS...RADAR SHOWS A BAND OF PRECIPITATION MOVING SOUTHEAST ACROSS FAR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND APPROACHING THE SACRAMENTO FORECAST AREA. SNOW LEVEL COULD LOWER TO 6000 TO 7000 FEET... RESULTING IN POSSIBLE LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OVER THE MOUNTAIN PEAKS."
That's it? In New England, if there's a severe weather alert, you better make sure you're stocked up on potable water and Spam.