A storm system continues to move through the Bay Area and Northern California on Thursday morning, likely bringing the last round of January rain to the region.
Much of the Bay Area received a decent soaking overnight, with rainfall totals generally ranging between one-quarter to one-half inch. As of 5 a.m. Thursday, rainfall totals around the Bay Area include Santa Rosa .69 inches, San Francisco .43 inches, San Rafael .39, Redwood City .39, San Jose .36 inches, Oakland .24, Concord .20.
Scattered showers are expected Thursday morning and will become more numerous by the afternoon with a slight chance of thunderstorms for the North Bay, according to the National Weather Service. Colder temperatures are also expected, with daytime highs remaining in the 50s, according to the weather service.
“We’re looking at pretty much a dreary, wet” Thursday, said Drew Peterson, a meteorologist with the weather service. “It’s not going to be heavy rain we got yesterday, but off and on showers.”
Peterson added rainfall totals Thursday could range from two-tenths to four-tenths of an inch.
Beginning Friday, the Bay Area is expected to begin a stretch of dry weather lasting through next week, according to the weather service. Peterson said the stretch of dry weather …read more
Source:: East Bay – Science
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