Fresno, California 2021-10-08 09:15:13 –
Action News cameras caught the rain in the North Valley, and it rained early in the morning in Madera.
The rain does not last long, and by noon on Friday most of the showers will clear up and move towards the hills and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Related: Accuweather forecast
Total rainfall in the Central Valley is less than a tenth of an inch.
The hilly and mountainous communities are also expected to be fairly cool.
At high altitudes, winter weather recommendations will be implemented. In areas over 7,000 feet, 3 to 6 inches of snow can be seen.
Valley bottom temperatures are expected to be in the late 1960s.
Meanwhile, air quality in Central California, which was unhealthy for most of the week due to wildfire smoke, will improve dramatically.
These cloudy skies and autumn-like temperatures are a welcome change to the harsh heat that Central California faced this summer. In Fresno, the city broke records on most days of over 100 degrees seen so far in a year.
Last month, a storm system brought rain, lightning and lightning to the area, causing several power outages.
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