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Caltrans reminds motorists to use caution when near a snow plow and to not pass one unless instructed to do so. Photo by Sue McCourt

Rain gives way to snow in Eastern Plumas

As of 3 p.m. this afternoon Dec. 31, it’s still rain coming down in Quincy, but head east and you will run into snow. It’s now snowing in the Blairsden/Greaeagle area and points east. Plumas County and much of Northern California is supposed to catch a break tomorrow New Year’s Day, before another week of wet weather begins. Parts of Plumas — from Chester to Quincy — remain under a flood watch, while points east are under a winter storm warning. If you have photos from where you are, you can send them to [email protected] – please include a location, time of day, and photo credit information.

The snow is sticking near the turnoff to Johnsville this afternoon, Dec. 31. Photo by Sue McCourt

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