SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Our Level 1 system is on track to spread rain from north to south this morning. Amounts will range from a tenth of an inch to over a third of an inch. This is a relatively quick mover with afternoon sun for the North Bay and San Francisco.
Monday's system is a level 1 on our exclusive Storm Impact Scale as well, but it will be stronger, with heavier downpours, gusty winds and colder air quickly following the passage of the cold front.
Thunderstorms could pop up later in the day.
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Rainfall amounts will range from .25'-.75" with over an inch in the coastal hills.
Snow levels are expected to fall below 2,500 feet & the NWS may issue a local snow advisory (again).
The Sierra Nevada has a Blizzard Warning Monday through Wednesday with 5-7 feet of snow expected.
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