Storm timeline: Cold front Monday brings rain, winds and snow with more expected Tuesday

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Monday, February 27, 2023
Storm upgraded to Level 2 as more rain, snow, wind hits the Bay Area
ABC7 News meteorologist Lisa Argen has your updated Bay Area forecast.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A strong but narrow cold front is on the way Monday morning. This Level 1 system will bring moderate to heavy rain, gusty winds & a wintry mix this morning.

It starts in the North Bay at 7 a.m. pushing south & east. At 11 a.m., heavy rain will push through the East Bay, Peninsula and the South Bay with 40-50 mph wind gusts at times.

This is the main event but scattered showers will continue throughout the day.

A third of an inch to .75" of rain is expected through today. Thunderstorms are possible as well.

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The snow level will lower to around 2,500 feet. Snow is likely on our local hills but not like Friday with a Snow Advisory posted above 3000 feet.

Still, round two tomorrow brings more of the same with snow levels lowering a bit more & rainfall accumulation tipping one inch in some neighborhoods.

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