The North Bay appears to get the brunt of this next tempest, with towns like Guerneville along the Russian River bracing for flooding.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch beginning Monday afternoon for Marin, Napa, and Sonoma counties. The rain is set to start mid-Monday and not let up until late Wednesday, with as much as 9 inches falling in a few areas.
As the Chronicle reports, there’s likewise a tempest cautioning essentially for the Sierra, where 4 to 6 feet of snow is required to fall at higher heights among Monday and Wednesday.
San Francisco and the “immediate Bay Area” are required to see 1 to 3 inches of rain, as per CBS SF.
A comparative climatic waterway caused flooding and a landslide in Sausalito a week and a half prior. The tempest additionally made the Russian River rise six feet above flood stage in Guerneville.
When hit with the most recent round of rain, the officially absorbed ground the North Bay is probably going to give path with more rockslides and landslides.