Monday March 28, 2022

The Mercury News

A storm dipped down from the Gulf of Alaska and arrived in the Bay Area Sunday night, dropping a decent amount of rain on a region left parched by an unusually dry start to the new year.

Rain showers continued to move east Monday, leaving slick roads for a wet morning commute, with the potential for more thunderstorms for the rest of the day, according to the National Weather Service. After a brief lull in the rain, showers are expected to be focused primarily in the Central Coast into the early afternoon before tapering off into the evening. Meanwhile, the Sierra Nevada could receive several more inches of snow, with the Sonora Pass projected to get between eight and 12 inches.

As of 6:15 a.m., 24-hour precipitation totals included: 2.08 inches on Ben Lomond, 1.02 inches on Middle Peak at Mount Tamalpais, 0.59 of an inch at Kentfield, 0.52 of an inch on Mount Diablo, 0.32 of an inch in Mountain View, 0.29 of an inch in Oakland, 0.28 of an inch in Hayward, 0.18 of an inch in downtown San Francisco, 0.17 of an inch in Redwood City and 0.07 of an inch in San Jose.

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