The last day of summer looked like the Sacramento, California region skipped a season, as rain pounded the region and the mountains went white with snow.
Sacramento nearly doubled its average rainfall for the month of September in half a day on Saturday (9/21), reaching 0.53 inches.
That main line of rainfall turned into snow in higher elevations, an odd sight on the last day of summer.
The large amount of precipitation caused concerns around where the American Fire burned, prompting a flash flood warning for central Placer County through the evening. That’s since been allowed to expire.
Behind that storm a stubborn cell dumped enough rain on Davis to submerge a car in around three feet of water.