TIMELINE: 'Parade of storms' heading to Bay Area will bring heavy rain, possible flooding

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Thursday, January 18, 2024
AccuWeather Forecast: Mostly cloudy before wet pattern begins tomorrow
There's a dense fog advisory in effect until 11 a.m. for the North Bay with low visibility as today remains mostly cloudy before a wet pattern begins tomorrow.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Multiple storms are bringing wet weather back to the Bay Area Friday evening, with the wet pattern continuing into early next week.

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Here's a timeline of this "parade of storms":


Friday is a Level 1 Light on the ABC7 Exclusive Storm Impact Scale.

Rain begins in the afternoon Friday and continues into Friday night.

Saturday - Monday

The storm coming Saturday through Monday will be a Level 2 Moderate.

There will be additional rainfall that is at times heavy.

Sunday evening through Monday will have the greatest potential for flooding, and flooding on our smaller streams and creeks may occur as a result of the rain. Roads will likely see nuisance flooding.

For the 49ers game Saturday, we do expect scattered showers and a kickoff temp in the upper 50s.

In the Sierra, snow levels will be high, above 6,000 ft. there will likely be 1-2 ft of new snow on the highest peaks.


Lighter showers are expected Tuesday.

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