Scattered rain will linger Saturday morning with expected drying by the afternoon and evening. Breezy conditions with mild temperatures in the mid 50’s and lower 60’s across the Bay Area. Partly cloudy skies will dominate for the afternoon before rain chances move in overnight into Sunday morning. Another round of on and off rain is expected Sunday but the heaviest of rain will likely hold off until 11 p.m. as a new storm approaches. As the system arrives early Monday, it will likely bring rain all day and winds could gust up to 15 to 40 mph with 1 to 2 inches of rain potential for lower elevations and 3 inches potential for higher elevations. Beyond this, a weak system by Wednesday and then finally some drying next Thursday and Friday. Download the NBC Bay Area app for weather alerts, live radar and forecast updates.
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Today will be wet at times due to the second storm system in a series of four moves in. The heaviest rain will be during the morning with spotty showers possible at any point today. Highs will reach the upper 50s with breezy winds. A wind advisory is in effect until 6pm as gusts along the coast and hills may reach 50 mph. Saturday will be mild with a few lingering showers during the morning. The next storm arrives Sunday afternoon into Monday with more heavy rain and gusty winds. The weather pattern looks wet through next week as a potential atmospheric river set up bringing rounds of rain. Keep checking in for updates.
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