Rain & Snow: Is The Worst Over For Northern California?

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Northern California's rain and snow experience isn't over just yet.

A string of rain showers, heavy at times, will continue to move through the Sacramento Delta extending through the Northern San Joaquin Valley for the rest of Friday evening. Over the weekend, spotty rain showers are expected for much of Northern California.

The temperature won't be as chilly as it was earlier this week, with overnight temperatures in the low 40's and daytime highs in the mid-50's.

Utility crews from the Pacific Gas & Electric Company continue to work around-the-clock with the hope of restoring power to more than 1,000 customers affected by an earlier freeze this week. The company will pay customers anywhere from $25 to $100 for each day beyond 48 hours a household is without power due to the storm. Residents can call PG&E at 1-888-743-4743 to take advantage of the company's "Storm Safety Net Program."

Snow is expected for residents living in mountainous terrain, with rain turning into snow around 5,000 feet.

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