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By BStigers on April 11, 2022.

Sacramento area has seen several more shootings since then downtown gang related killing earlier this month. Two men were found dead Sunday morning in the Natomas crossing neighborhood after responding to a call at 3:25 a.m. after getting a shooting alert on Amelia Earhart Avenue near Laroche Street. Each man had received one gunshot wound and fire personal declared both dead at the scene. No further information has been released by police officials on this latest killing of local people.


A storm is being forecast by the Sacramento Weather Bureau that is expected to drop heavy snow at the 4500-foot level in the Sierra between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. on the west slope of the Lake Tahoe region. The advisory cautions mountain travelers to be prepared snow-covered slippery roads, reduced visibilities, chain controls and travel delays.

Forecast models indicate Monday’s weather system will deliver a foot of snow to the 7,000-foot elevation, and possibly 18 inches to the highest Sierra peaks. This will provide a much-needed boost of powder for ski resorts that are open for spring break.

Closer to sea level, the storm will deliver some rain showers, but precipitation totals will be unimpressive. The Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys will likely receive less than a tenth of an inch of rain, while the Sierra foothills could receive up to a half-inch. Isolated thunderstorms are possible, with wind gusts near 30 miles per hour around Sacramento and 45 miles per hour in the Sierra. Exposed Sierra ridgetops could see gusts near 60 miles per hour. Tuesday and wednesday look dry with another forecast of storm activity in the region Thursday.

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