Storm could make Bay Area evening commutes treacherous

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If you can leave work early on Wednesday, it might be a good idea. (KGO-TV)

One of the strongest storms the Bay Area has seen in a while is coming our way. Downed trees and flooding are likely with this storm.

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If you can leave work early on Wednesday, it might be a good idea. Flooding is likely to occur during the evening commute. The heavy rain is forecast to begin around 3 p.m. High winds are expected on Bay Area bridges and highways with gusts over 60 miles per hour possible.

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The ground will be saturated from Tuesday's storm, making for the possibility of mudslides and debris flows over burn-scarred areas.

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