SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Bay Area is seeing fierce winds and heavy rainfall as another storm moves through the region. The worst of the rain and wind on Tuesday happened between 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
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Most cities are reporting wind speeds less than 10 mph now.
It was a small window for impacts, so meteorologist Drew Tuma was not anticipating us to get widespread damage. However, 45-55 mph winds were enough to take down some trees.
The storm is a Level 2 on the ABC7 Exclusive Storm Impact Scale..
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Flood Advisories are being issued in parts of the Bay Area as the storm moves through and the downpours are creating slick road conditions.
After 1 p.m., showers turn lighter and scattered and the winds weaken dramatically.
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