San Francisco Bay Area storm timeline: Dry and mild today, rain returns late Saturday through Sunday
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Dry and mild Saturday with increasing cloudiness today. Moderate rain mostly overnight, becoming patchy Sunday mid morning.
The rain starts overnight with widespread showers on Sunday and brings a noticeable change with a cooler and rainier afternoon.
The rain becomes lighter, but persists Sunday and Monday.
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Gusty winds accompany this system with winds of 30 to 40 mph. Rainfall amounts will range from 0.20 in the valleys and the rain shaded South Bay to over an inch.
Another atmospheric river targets the Bay Area Monday night through Wednesday focusing on Southern California.
Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties could see several inches of rain on higher ground and 0.50 to one inch of rain in the valleys.
San Francisco, East Bay, and North Bay will see less, ranging from -0.60″ to an inch and a half with gusty winds. Details are not finalized yet, so it’s a good idea to keep up to date with the changing weather forecast.
At the very least, be prepared for slippery, wet roads and unexpected flooding.
WINTER STORM WATCH SIERRA NEVADA: Late tonight through Wednesday morning: 4-15″ above 3,500′. 1-2 feet above 5,000′. Winds gusting to 45 mph.
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