Storm Chart in San Francisco Bay Area: Dry and Mild Today, Rain Returns Late Saturday to Sunday
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Dry and mild Saturday, more cloudy today. Moderate rain, mostly at night, changing to patchy on Sunday morning.
Rain starts at night with showers on Sunday and brings a marked change with a cooler, rainier afternoon.
The rain becomes weaker, but continues until Sunday and Monday.
Latest weather forecast here.
This system is accompanied by gusty winds at a speed of 30-40 m/s. Precipitation will range from 0.20 in the valleys and rain-shaded South Bay to over an inch.
Another atmospheric river is targeting the Bay Area Monday through Wednesday, with a focus on southern California.
Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties received several inches of rain in the uplands and 0.50 to inches of rain in the valleys.
San Francisco, East Bay and North Bay will see less, ranging from -0.60 inches to an inch and a half in strong winds. change in the weather forecast.
Be prepared for at least slippery, wet roads and nasty floods.
WINTER STORM WATCH IN SIERRA NEVADA: From tonight to Wednesday morning: 4-15 inches over 3500 feet. 1-2 feet over 5000 feet. Gusty winds up to 45 mph.
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