Spotty showers, light drizzle. That’s the forecast Friday for the Bay Area – a condition that should last through early Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
The weather service predicts that through Monday, Santa Rosa should get .59 of an inch of rain, Napa should get .65 of an inch, San Rafael should get .75 of an inch, San Francisco should get .60 of an inch and Santa Cruz should get .64 of an inch.
1:05AM PDT: Light to moderate #showers developing and quickly approaching both the Monterey & SF Peninsulas. Could be a wet morning commute for your Friday. #CAwx #rain #BayAreaWx pic.twitter.com/XPkRce13QC— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) November 3, 2017
Saturday afternoon and Sunday should be mostly clear, with more rainfall returning on Sunday evening, according to KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson.
While the precipitation should be pretty moderate in the Bay Area, further north toward Sacramento and Reno, there is a winter storm warning from Friday through Monday, meteorologists say.