SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --Storm Highlights Next 48 Hours:
Downpours after sunset Sunday.
Rounds of heavy rain Monday.
Flooding will occur. Monday will bring a on our Storm Impact Scale.
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There will be two rounds of gusty winds Sunday night and again Monday Night.
This is an Atmospheric River event. Meaning rainfall is greatly enhanced.
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Scattered light showers expected in the morning into midday.
Storm strengthens Sunday evening after 5pm and becomes a 2 on the SIS.
Moderate to Heavy rain expected between 8pm - 11pm.
Winds gust 20-40mph during that time frame as well.
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Storm strengthens after midnight and becomes a 3 on the SIS.
Waves of moderate to heavy rain will persist from 12a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday.
Widespread 2"-3" of rain expected in the majority of our urban areas.
Flooding will happen. It is a matter of seeing where the bands of heavy rain set up as the storm moves through.
Will be watching for rapid rises in our streams/creeks/rivers.
Winds become an issue after 5pm through midnight, 30-50mph gusts.
Trees down will be an issue, leading to power outages.
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