Atmospheric River

How Much Rain the Bay Area Has Seen in the Past 24 Hours and How Long the Storm Will Last

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An atmospheric river began soaking the Bay Area Sunday night, continuing into Monday, bringing flooding and intense rain to parts of the region.

Video shows neighborhoods and roadways flooded earlier in the week as the storm pummeled the drought-stricken Bay Area.

The Bay Area saw more rain Wednesday night, continuing Thursday morning with lingering showers for the morning commute.

How Much Rain Have We Gotten So Far?

In the last 24 hours Bay Area cities have seen several inches of rain according to the National Weather Service.

Here are rainfall totals as of 10 a.m. Thursday. 

North Bay

Marin – 1.58 inches

Kentfield – 2.53 inches

Point Reyes Station – 1.34 inches

Napa Airport – 0.91 inches

Novato – 0.66 inches

Mill Valley 0.98 inches

Santa Rosa – 1.06 inches

San Francisco

San Francisco – 0.72 inches

SFO – 0.64 inches

East Bay

Richmond – 1.28 inches

Orinda – 1.33 inches

Mount Diablo – 1.58 inches

Concord – 0.68 inches

Hayward 0.68 inches

Oakland Airport — 0.75 inches


Half Moon Bay – 0.84 inches

South Bay

San Jose – 0.15 inches

Milpitas – 0.47 inches

Redwood City – 0.70 inches

How Much More Rain Will We Get?

The Bay Area saw rain and gusty winds overnight Wednesday, but skies are expected to clear by Thursday afternoon.

Rain is expected to return by Sunday, starting in the North Bay and becoming more widespread by early next week.

The wet weather is likely to continue through next Wednesday with dry conditions returning just in time for Christmas.

Take a look at the radar below for live weather conditions.

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