California Experiences Fall-Like Weather as Rain, Snow, Winds Hit Parts of the State

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Californians got their first dose of fall weather Tuesday as snow, rain and cooler temperatures gripped the state early this week.

Northern California experienced thunderstorms and showers that brought less than an inch of rain across Butte and Plumas counties Monday, while communities south of Lake Tahoe received a bit of snow early Tuesday. The precipitation is not enough to affect travel, according to the National Weather Service in Sacramento.

In the Bay Area, rain moved through the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Central California won’t receive rain, but will enjoy cooler temperatures — up to a 15-degree drop in some cities.

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