SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The heaviest rain and the strongest winds are behind us now. Scattered showers will continue through tonight and the winds will remain gusty, strongest in the hills for the next few hours.
A High Wind Warning remains up for the entire Bay Area until 11 p.m. tonight as the ground is saturated and the winds could still topple trees and cause outages.
A Flood Watch is also up for our entire region.
Flood Warnings remain up for parts of Sonoma County through Wednesday morning as the creeks are still full and flooding is occurring.
The flooding concern remains high through Wednesday evening at Pajaro River that recently experienced the levee breach.
A Flood Warning is up near River Mile through Wednesday evening and near Chittenden through Friday afternoon.
The snow levels have risen in the mountains. It's a mix of rain and high elevation snow in the Sierra.
A Winter Storm Warning is up until 5 a.m. Wednesday. Additional 5"-10" of snow is expected above 6,000' and 10"-20" above 8,000'.
Gusts to 70-miles an hour will make it difficult to impossible to travel there.
The next two days will be dry and mainly sunny. Occasional light showers are expected between Friday and Sunday.
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