Storm timeline: Here's how much more rain and snow the Bay Area is expecting Tuesday

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Tuesday, February 28, 2023
AccuWeather Forecast: Level 2 storm with more rain, low-level snow
Another round of rain is moving into the Bay Area, bringing more cold downpours with low snow levels before a break in the wet weather for the rest of the week.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A Level 2 system has been downgraded to a Level 1 on our ABC7 Exclusive Storm Impact Scale after it brought more light to moderate rain Tuesday morning with a wintry mix in higher elevations.

Rainfall amounts will range from a quarter of an inch in the lower elevations to .75" in the higher elevations.

Heavier showers could contain small hail & isolated gusts of 30-40 mph. A slight chance of thunderstorms remains as well.

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Snow levels could drop to as low as 1,500 feet in heavier showers.

A local snow Advisory remains in effect through this afternoon above 3000 feet where snow could be up to a foot.

The Winter Weather Advisory has been extended in the North Bay through 10 p.m. and will remain in the East Bay and South Bay through 4 p.m.

Rain tapers later tonight with amounts today ranging from .35" to .75".

This system will move south out of the area later today.

A break in the wet weather arrives tomorrow afternoon & lasts through Friday with a very modest warming trend.

Rain returns over the weekend.

The snow fell fast and furiously over Mt. Diablo on Monday. Families came up to the snowy landscape to make the most of it.
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