Here are 5 ways to spend a rainy day in Sacramento as storms hit Northern California

Manny Crisostomo/mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

Rain isn’t stopping soon in Northern California, with yet another storm headed for the region this weekend.

Winter lasts approximately three months, and we won’t warm up again until about March.

We rounded up a list of ideas that would take you around Sacramento and keep you busy during the rainy days:

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Visit a museum

Sacramento is filled with rich history from the Gold Rush to the Sacramento Valley Railroad. There are a fair amount of museums around town to explore on a rainy day if you’re feeling like indulging in California history:

Catch a Kings game

Basketball season starts in October and runs through April. The Sacramento Kings are putting on a great season this year, which makes it more a reason to catch a game at Golden 1 Center. If you don’t want to spend on watching a game at the stadium visit a local sports bar instead like Tom’s Watch Bar in the DOCO.

The next game is away on Friday, Dec. 9, against the Cleveland Cavaliers. They’re back at Golden 1 on Dec. 19 against the Charlotte Hornets.

Read a book at a coffee shop

Sacramento has a variety of specialty coffee shops to chose from throughout the city. Pick from one of the coffee shops listed below — or one of the many others — and cuddle up with a book and a seasonal hot drink.

Watch a movie

Watching a movie on a rainy day is the classic activity. If you want to make an outing out of the event, watch a movie at one of Sacramento’s theaters. Here are a few:

More indoor activities

Who says rainy days have to be mellow? If you’re looking for a high-energy activity there are plenty of options to choose from like: rollerskating at The Rink; mini golfing at Flatstick Pub or racing at K1 Speed.

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