Takeaway of the Day
A Level 1 system is with us today as spotty showers start the day. A line of heavier rain picks up in the afternoon.
Slick roadways are likely for the evening commute. Gusty southwest winds of 30-35 mph will arrive in the afternoon as well. A few ridgetops & the coast could see 40-45 mph gusts.
Rainfall of a tenth of an inch to about a third of an inch is expected.
BLIZZARD WARNING: Lake Tahoe from 10 a.m. today until 10 a.m. Sunday
2-5 feet of snow is expected with winds gusting to 60 mph. 4-8 feet of snowfall above 7,000 feet with whiteout conditions.
HIGH SURF ADVISORY from the coastal North Bay to Big Sur including SF and the Peninsula:10 a.m. Friday-4 p.m. Saturday. Waves of 15-20 feet on west facing beaches expected.
The Look Ahead
More cold rain and Level 2 system arrives Friday, with a Level 1 Saturday and Sunday.
1-2 inches of rain is expected Friday through Sunday.
Snow levels will lower to 2,000 feet and colder air arrives Saturday morning.
Mt. St. Helena and Mt. Hamilton could see a dusting of snow.
Cold overnight lows in the mid 30s will follow for the weekend and into next week.
Highs will only reach the low 50s on Saturday.
A few showers will linger Sunday.
More rain with milder temps are back for next week.
7 Day Forecast
East Bay High Temps
Inland East Bay High Temps
North Bay High Temps
Peninsula High Temps
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South Bay High Temps
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