It’s not over yet. 

The National Weather Service said at 8:45 a.m. Sunday that a blizzard warning will remain in effect until midnight in Northern California areas above 6,500 feet.

A winter storm warning is in effect for areas above 3,000 feet, with another 1 to 2 feet of snow expected Sunday above 4,000 feet. 

One to four inches of snow is expected in the upper fotthills. An additional two to four feet of snow is expected above 4,000 feet Monday and Tuesday. 

Wind gusts up to 45 mph are expected Sunday and again late Monday into Tuesday. 

National Weather Service says blizzard warning will remain in effect until midnight in Northern California areas above 6,500 feet. A winter storm warning is in effect for areas above 3,000 feet. (National Weather Service via Pagransen)

CHP said just after 11:30 a.m. Sunday that Interstate 80 remains closed at Colfax and the Nevada State line due to heavy snow, and there’s still no estimated time of reopening the freeway.

Highway 50 has been reopened after a snowslide earlier Sunday closed the highway in both directions.

Mountain travel is highly discouraged, with whiteout conditions and near zero visibility at times. Expect road closures, chain controls and lengthy delays. People can also expect downed trees and power outages.