San Francisco (KGO) — The primary stage 3 storm of the season is sweeping by the Bay Space due to atmospheric rivers hitting Northern California.
Reside: Observe real-time climate situations within the Bay Space
The heaviest rain falls on Tuesday morning, dropping stage 3 rankings after 9am.
From 9am to midday, scattered gentle showers are seen, shifting to stage 1 on the Storm Impression Scale.
After 12:00 pm all SIS is unloaded and it begins to dry.
The extent 3 storm has introduced 1 to three inches of rain to date, flooding many roads and gusting winds as much as 50 mph this morning.
A flood advisory has been issued for the North Bay, SF and shoreline resulting from potential flooding from heavy rains.
A excessive wind advisory has additionally been issued for the North Bay Ranges, East Bay Hills and shoreline as gusts of as much as 50 mph can result in energy outages and downed timber.
Excessive wave advisories are in impact alongside the complete shoreline for waves as much as 25 ft that trigger coastal erosion.
A winter storm warning is in impact for the Sierra on Tuesday. Anticipate 6 to 24 inches of snow in areas above 5,500 ft, with as much as 35 inches on the highest peaks.
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