Timeline: More Bay Area rain, Sierra snow this weekend

Saturday, December 3, 2022
AccuWeather Forecast: Rainy and cold today
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Today will be the rainiest day out of the weekend with showers Sunday and Monday. Highs will only be in the low to mid 50s.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Following Thursday's downpour, the Bay Area is seeing more rain this weekend.

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We are expecting a Level 1 storm on Saturday on the ABC7 Storm Impact Scale.

Saturday is now trending wetter than Sunday. Scattered showers will arrive between 8 a.m. and Noon on Saturday, and continue into the night.

In Marin County, a severe weather emergency shelter opened on Friday for the unhoused community, ahead of the cold and rain, according to ABC7's Cornell Barnard in a tweet.

On Sunday, there is a chance for an isolated shower as the storm winds down.

Rainfall totals are estimated to be between .10" - .50".

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More snow is coming to the Sierra, with 1-3 feet through Sunday night.

Though, a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect through 4 a.m. Monday with 1-3 feet expected above 7000 feet. Winds will be gusty to 50 mph. Travel is not advised, according to meteorologist Lisa Argen on Saturday.

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