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.
While the Bay Area is getting some respite from the heavy rains, work crews in the Marin County and San Francisco are trying to clean up damage caused by this weekend’s storm.
The second in a series of storms is bringing heavy rain and flood warnings to much of Northern California.
Rain was expected to pound the Bay Area throughout the weekend, and Wednesday morning’s weather is representative of how the rest of the day will be.
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.
Rainy weather in the Bay Area on Tuesday caused flight delays and more than 100 flight cancellations at San Francisco International Airport.
A large tree crashed into a house in Fairfax on Tuesday night, a Ross Valley Fire Department dispatcher said.
Rainy days are in store for Bay Area residents as a series of storms are expected to pass through the region this week.
There’s a new effort by PG&E to lower the stability standards for its power poles, and the move has prompted concerns among state regulators in the wake of the San Bruno disaster.
The Bay Area was readying for yet another round of storms, with rain and strong winds.