Yet another atmospheric river is heading to the Bay Area, here's what you can expect
OAKLAND, Calif. - After a few sunny days, rainy weather is expected to return to the Bay Area.
Rain arrived in the Bay Area late Saturday night and fell steadily throughout Sunday morning.
As of 9:00 a.m. Sunday morning, Santa Rosa recorded .46 inch of rain, San Francisco .62 inch and Half Moon Bay .39 inch.
Monday night and Tuesday are expected to bring stronger storm conditions including winds.
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Anywhere from .50 inch to 2.25 inches of rain is expected to fall across the Bay Area.
Minor flooding across the Bay Area is a possibility on Tuesday, as roads will likely be wet for the morning commute.
A winter storm warning went into effect for the Sierra on Sunday morning and will last through Wednesday.