Another storm system is heading toward the Valley, with forecasters predicting the possibility of showers just as the Thanksgiving holiday arrives.
Weather.com says Fresno could see rain starting next Wednesday and continuing through the weekend. High temperatures are expected to fall into the mid 50s with overnight lows down to 35 degrees.
Long range precipitation forecasts from the National Weather Service show the strongest possibility of rain beginning Thanksgiving Day.
While the current storm system brought only a few sprinkles to the local area, Southern California dealt with intermittent downpours, lightning, hail, and snow in some places. Still, a winter storm warning remains in effect through Thursday for elevations above Fresno, including Bass Lake, Shaver Lake and Yosemite National Park.
6k feet, west of Tehachapi. Big flurries. About an inch accumulation. pic.twitter.com/PjfnDCjJCn
— Jerry C (@JerryChilds) November 20, 2019