San Francisco Bay Area storm timeline: Main storm moves in the morning with lingering afternoon showers
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The main band of rain is passing this morning. There will be a few lingering showers in the afternoon with a break tonight and Monday.
The highest totals will be in North Bay. Southerly winds gusting to 20-30 mph throughout the day.
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There will be a break in the rain later tonight and Monday.
An “atmospheric river” targets the Bay Area Monday night through Wednesday, focusing on Southern California. It will be a stronger system descending from the Gulf of Alaska.
Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties could see 1 to 3 inches of rain over the highest terrain and 0.50 to 1 inch of rain is expected in the Valleys, San Francisco, East Bay and North Bay with winds from 30 to 50 mph in the highest altitudes.
Be prepared for slippery and wet roads, possible downed trees and power outages along the central coast.
WINTER STORM WARNING through Wednesday morning for the Greater Lake Tahoe area. Snowfall 6-24″ except 1-2 feet above 6000′. Winds could be up to 75 mph.
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