Dry and mild conditions are expected going into the weekend.
Meanwhile, strong winds are expected in the Lake Tahoe area and western Nevada due to a fast-moving storm.
The National Weather Service says a wind advisory will remain in effect until 4 o'clock this afternoon in western Nevada. Wind gusts of up to 45 miles an hour are expected in the Reno-Carson City area.
It looks like this year's fire season will start later than normal in the Tahoe area...sometime in July-August rather than the typical May-June time frame. That's because of the wet winter and a snowpack 200 to 300 percent of normal.
It is now the wettest season on record in Northern California, where most of the state gets its water supply.
UPDATE 10:48 p.m. Feb. 11: The evacuation and shelter-in-place notice has been lifted for Wilton residents.
(AP) - California's winter keeps getting wetter as the first in the latest round of storms moves ashore, bringing heavy rain and powerful winds.
(AP) - The National Weather Service in Reno says winds in excess of 100 mph over Sierra ridgetops could churn up waves as high as 5 feet on Lake Tahoe this weekend as a series of winter storms dumps several more feet of snow in the mountains.