Timeline of back-to-back Bay Area storms

Workers are seen clearing storm drains in San Francisco on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019. (KGO-TV)

Three back-to-back storms are heading to the Bay Area this weekend, potentially soaking the region for six consecutive days.

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ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco says the whole region will get wet, starting early Saturday morning.

The Bay Area will be hit with a 2 on the Storm Impact Scale.

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"It's a moderate storm," said Nicco. "We could have the potential for thunderstorms, downpours, some minor flooding. We also have the potential for damaging winds, starting at 4 a.m. Saturday morning until 4 p.m.. It's a 12-hour span where gusts could come out of the south at 45 to 65 MPH."

Nicco says Sunday's storm will come in from the north-west and slide down to the south-east.

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"That means during the afternoon and evening hours, expect even heavier rain and the potential for more flooding and ever faster winds with a second storm, Sunday afternoon," said Nicco.

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