Saturday will be the only dry day out of the next seven.
Drought-stricken California is preparing to welcome a barrage of winter storms this week, with the heaviest rainfall expected to start Tuesday night.
Winter has returned! Rain showers and isolate t-storm or two later in the day and cooler temperatures. Mostly dry tonight-Sat. Another round of rainfall Sun-Mon with lowering snow levels. ⚠️Potential atmospheric river arrives middle of next week.⚠️ Stay tuned! #CAwx #BayAreaWX pic.twitter.com/r2p6RxabU5
— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) January 22, 2021
The first storm will bring scattered showers during the day on Friday, with some isolated thunderstorms expected.
On Sunday afternoon through Monday, you can expect more rainfall, lower temperatures, and a drop in snow level to 2,500-3,000 feet.
Storm number three will be the strongest one yet, with widespread heavy rainfall due midweek.The National Weather Service expects flooding concerns due to recent burn areas, as well as a potential atmospheric river.
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