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Three Weather Systems Expected To Bring Light To Heavy Rains In The Bay Area

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Three weather systems are expected to bring light to heavy rains in the Bay Area this week, forecasters said early Monday morning.

According to the National Weather Service, the first system is expected to bring light to moderate rain on Wednesday into Thursday, while the second and third systems is likely more impactful and will affect the region on Friday into early next week.

Forecasters said periods of moderate to heavy rain and gusty winds are expected during the second and third systems, advising residents to expect minor flooding and downed tree branches. Coastal ranges may experience four to six inches of rain, and one to two inches for most of the lower elevations. Gusts of at least 25 mph are also likely to move through the region, the NWS said.

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However, forecasters do not expect these systems to be as strong as the weather disturbances felt by the Bay Area earlier this month.

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Exit 12A February 12, 2024 - 4:07 PM - 4:07 PM

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Over the next couple of months, temperatures will range from the 30s to the 60s, alternating between cloudy, sometimes with rain, and sunny.
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There’s your forecast.

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Fed Up February 12, 2024 - 5:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Come on Peeps, for many, many, years this was the usual weather pattern. Nothing extraordinary.

Captain Bebops February 14, 2024 - 1:09 PM - 1:09 PM

I’ve lived here for 33 years. There were never was any long term winter weather like we’re having now. Even the El Nino of the late 1990s didn’t last like this. No, I strongly think our government is messing with the weather. I suspect that they began working on geoengineering right after WWII most likely because they figured or the German scientists told them the Russians were working on it.


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