Storm timeline: Here's when the heaviest rain and strongest winds will come Tuesday

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Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Timeline: Here's when Tuesday's storm will be the strongest
While the system looks to move through pretty quickly, there will likely be more downed trees and standing water on roads. Here's what to expect.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Rain and wind return Tuesday with a level 2 storm on the ABC7 Exclusive Storm Impact Scale.

Meteorologist Drew Tuma says this system looks to move through pretty quickly which will limit impacts but we do anticipate more trees coming down as well as standing water on roads.

Expect light to moderate rain for the Tuesday AM commute. The worst time for heaviest rain and strongest winds will be between 9 am - 1 pm Tuesday.

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A Wind Advisory will be in effect for gusts 45-55 mph.

Heaviest rain exits in the early afternoon with showers becoming scattered for the rest of the day.

On our highest peaks (like Mt. Hamilton) we will see a dusting of snow.

In the Sierra, a Winter Storm Warning will be in effect for 2-4 feet of new snow.

California has been hit hard by storm after storm so far this year. The big question now - has the rain had any impact on the state's water levels? Go here for a closer look at where we stand with the drought, snowpack totals and reservoirs.

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