Another round of rainy weather is heading toward the Bay Area just days after a powerful storm delivered a wallop of flooding and power outages throughout the region this week.
Thursday’s powerful Pacific storm will bring powerful wind gusts throughout the day, with the strongest gusts topping 50 miles per hour.
The National weather service has issued 15 warnings for the Bay Area, more than a day ahead of a powerful storefront expected to dump heavy rain on the region.
The Bay Area can expect heavy rain and strong winds that could uproot trees, down power lines and cause flooding and mudslides due to a strong weather system starting late Wednesday and continuing through Thursday, National Weather Service officials said.
A new band of low pressure will bring more moisture to the Bay Area overnight, and ramp up the likelihood that we’ll see thunderstorms over the next 24 hours.
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday morning.
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Long-term weather forecasters seem more doubtful about a wet, El Niño winter bringing drought relief to California.
Trick-or-treaters and Giants fans alike will be watching the weather closely Friday as a storm moves through the region. Lawrence Karnow times out the showers to see when you will need an umbrella.
It’s a wet start to Wednesday, but the overnight rain showers are now on the tail end of a system.