When will the storm hit the Bay Area on Friday?

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco says the Bay Area's first significant storm, which ranks a 2 on the ABC7 Storm Impact Scale, is slowing.

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While the intensity and amounts of rain, gusty winds, and dangerous surf remain, he says the timing has likely been pushed back 2 to 3 hours. He still expects the storm to weaken as it travels south through the Bay Area.

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The last few model runs are increasing the winds and rain totals for our second storm that will arrive Saturday evening. He says the likelihood of an all-day rain is looking more promising Sunday.

Here's look at the timing for Storm 1:

The North Bay will get hit hard in the morning with moderate (yellow/orange) to heavy (red) rain:

The Central Bay will also receive moderate rain:

The South Bay and Inland East Bay will experience light (green) to moderate rain:

We'll see a transition to scattered showers after 1 p.m. with rain continuing in Santa Cruz Mountains:

A weakening storm and a rain shadow created by the Santa Cruz Mountains will keep the heaviest rain away from the South Bay:

A Coastal Flood Advisory is also in effect Friday from 3 a.m. to 9 p.m.

He expects we'll likely see the same issues Sunday. Meteorologist Drew Tuma says that storm is now a 2 on the ABC7 Storm Impact Scale.

Be sure to download the ABC7 News App to track the rain with Live Doppler 7 HD as it moves into the Bay Area.

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