Grab your umbrella. It’s going to be wet for the next two days.
In fact, the National Weather Service is calling for a storm through Tuesday evening, describing the rainfall as “moderate to heavy” in throughout the Bay Area. A flash flood warning is in effect for the North Bay as well from noon on Monday through 6 a.m. on Tuesday. The rain will get heavier by Monday evening.
“It’s a decent system,” said KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson, saying by Wednesday morning, many cities in the Bay Area will have received about 2 inches of rain.
The wet weather meant a wet commute and several accidents were reported early Monday morning throughout the Bay Area.
Temperatures on Monday were expected to reach the high 50s and 60s. The rain will subside by Wednesday morning.
Storm system remains on track for Monday and Tuesday with moderate to heavy rainfall across much of the area. We've put together a quick 2 minute video and discuss this storm's potential impacts. #CAstorm #CArain #CAwx pic.twitter.com/mMJrHWkYnq— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) January 8, 2018