Storm brings heavy rain, strong winds to Bay Area

The strongest storm of the season so far has arrived in the Bay Area. The storm ranks a 3 on our Storm Impact Scale and will bring heavy rain at times, strong winds and flooding concerns for parts of the North Bay.

TIMING:

Light showers for the AM Rush
Heavier rain begins to arrive midday.
Heaviest rain will occur after 3pm (yellows/orange colors below) making a mess of the PM Rush
Actions winds down as we approach Midnight.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH:
Over our recent burn scars Monday Evening.
Possibility of mudslides/debris flows/flash flooding.

WIND ADVISORY:
Power outages/trees down possible.
Strongest winds likely Monday evening between 5pm - 10pm with frequent gusts over 30mph.

SIERRA SNOWFALL:
4"-7" at pass level by Tuesday PM
1-2 Feet highest peaks.

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