Northern California residents recovering Monday from a series of wet, windy storms likely won’t get much of a break as another system is expected to drench the area.
Public transit was still recovering on Sunday afternoon from flooding and power outages caused by the morning’s heavy rain.
A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend.
The second in a series of storms was hitting the Bay Area and Northern California, with heavy rain and wind knocking out power and causing localized flooding.
The second in a series of storms is bringing heavy rain and flood warnings to much of Northern California.
The National Weather Service said rain and snow should begin falling on Wednesday and continue through Sunday. Wind gusts could reach as high as 70 mph in coastal areas.
A series of powerful rainstorms is expected to hit the Bay Area beginning Wednesday morning, dumping up to 8 inches of rain on parts of the region, a National Weather Service forecaster said Monday.
Two separate water mains broke Tuesday morning in Redwood City, flooding two homes and damaging an intersection, a city water department supervisor said.
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