Atmospheric River

Bay Area Storm Passes, Spotty Rain Continues Across Region

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Another round of rain and gusty winds from an atmospheric river touched down in the Bay Area Monday afternoon and continued overnight into Tuesday, but was on its way out of the region.

Meteorologist said this cycle of rain would not be as intense as the previous atmospheric river that passed through the region on Oct. 24, but warned most of the current storm will likely make its presence felt during the overnight hours.

No major storm damage was reported as of 6 a.m. Tuesday.

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How Will the Storm Pass Through the Bay Area?

The National Weather Service said the storm will start with showers in the North Bay, before spreading south and east.

Rainfall is expected to increase late Monday, especially in the North Bay and Santa Cruz Mountains, which could see 2-4 inches of rain, forecasters said.

Wind Advisory in Effect Through Tuesday Morning

A wind advisory is in effect for the North and East bays, San Francisco and much of the South Bay, from Monday night and through Tuesday morning. Wind gusts in those areas will likely reach or exceed 45 mph, forecasters said.

Head over to for more coverage and to track the storm using our interactive radar.

Meteorologist Kari Hall has an update on the rainfall and what’s ahead in the Microclimate Forecast.
Terry McSweeney's shows how the atmospheric river passing through the Bay Area is hitting the North Bay.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

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