The rain was expected to taper off a bit during the afternoon hours, leaving scattered rainfall throughout the Bay Area for much of the day. Temperatures will remain on the cool side Wednesday. The storm door remains open for the rest of the week with unsettled weather and rain expected most days into next week. Friday looks like the driest day on the horizon through the weekend.
The first week of spring has brought sunny skies and warm temperatures, but rain is expected to return to the Bay Area by Tuesday.
Friday morning’s storm kept San Jose firefighters and police busy as people, who found themselves trapped in rising waters, needed to be rescued.
The Bay Area is due to get some much-needed rainfall as early as Wednesday when the first of two coming storms is forecast to spread across the region, KPIX 5 Meteorologist Lawrence Karnow said Tuesday.
Meteorologists say a pair of storms could dump several inches of rain on parched cities and croplands throughout California in the coming week.
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A powerful and wet weekend storm added a spectacular sight to a Mill Valley backyard, with two sizeable waterfalls flowing just two feet from a home.
The first significant storm to hit Northern California in 14 months produced impressive amounts of rain and snow over the weekend.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the North Bay until 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon as another storm system drenches the region.
he National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for Marin and Sonoma Counties Saturday until 10:45 a.m. as a heavy band of rain moves through, swelling urban and small streams.