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Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Sacramento. Details: http://t.co/KKTK7cZlhK

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This week will be pretty hot with highs topping out in the 90s most days in the Valley. Remember to never leave children or pets in vehicles and make it a habit to check your backseat. #CAwx 

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Good morning #NorCal . The warming trend for this week starts today! Check out today's high temperature forecast. 🌡️ #cawx 

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Very low humidity and north winds continue through Tuesday. Make sure you take steps to prevent starting a wildfire! Avoid using equipment that creates sparks and make sure no vehicle parts drag on the ground. #cawx  #OneLessSpark 

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Another hot day is instore for interior #NorCal . Check out today's high temperatures. #cawx 

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Things are heating up across interior #NorCal  early this afternoon. Remember to stay hydrated and take breaks if working outdoors. #cawx 

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Waterways are still running fast and cold! Always wear a life jacket and keep an eye on everyone in your party. Remember, even experienced swimmers can lose muscle control quickly in cold water. #CAwx 

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Above average high temperatures for this time of year were observed across interior #NorCal  today. #CAwx 

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Plans to camp this weekend 🏕️? Keep an eye to the sky and have a plan in place if a storm moves overhead. #CAwx 

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What a normal California September day would look like without wildfire smoke. #cawx 

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Hazardous situation is developing with the #Oroville Dam Dam auxiliary spillway. Flash Flood Warning issued. #CAwx 

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6:08pm: #OrovilleDam  itself is not compromised at current time. Failure would be on auxiliary spillway. See graphic for details.

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#Eclipse2017 has made its way across the United States! #GOES16  caught it all from space!

Wow! Something you don't see too often, much of the US covered in snow. Currently 70.4% of the US is covered by snow.

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The NWS & Serious Accident Review Team (SART) are conducting a storm damage survey regarding the large fire whirl that occurred Thursday evening in Redding. Preliminary indicators placed max wind speeds achieved by the fire whirl in excess of 143 mph. #cawx  #CarrFire 

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One month ago #California  was smoky to say the least. Here is a comparison to the clear skies we have today. #CAwx 

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