Just a little bit of rain and snow is all we got from the recent weather system through the Central Valley and Northern California.
Chris Hintz with the National Weather Service says rainfall amounts ranged from three-tenths of an inch to a little more than an inch of rain. He says don't expect much from the weather system that's moving through Tuesday.
"Which will keep a chance of showers mainly north of Interstate 80, more so over the mountains than the Valley, and this one is going to have less precipitation than the one that just went through," he says."
The Sierra saw about two to five inches of snow.
Hintz says we will be warming up to 80-degree temperatures over the next few days. He says meteorologists are watching another weak system that could move through Northern California on Saturday.