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Bay Area will get a brief break from rain, but another round of showers is expected

First Alert Weather Saturday morning forecast 3-2-24

First Alert Weather Saturday morning forecast 3-2-24


The National Weather Service forecast for the greater San Francisco Bay Area for Saturday calls for showers and strong westerly winds.

Most of the Bay Area will see some rain on Saturday, but there will be clear skies for part of the day.

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Storms will become more widespread and increase in intensity during the second half of Saturday. There will also be more energy so that the storms can develop into thunderstorms again in the afternoon.

There may be lightning and thunder, which is not very common in the Bay Area, and brief rain showers and high winds may be associated with them. If there is a thunderstorm, strong winds are expected. The best time frame is from afternoon to early evening.

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It is expected to continue to rain through Sunday, but it will be very different from Saturday. The showers are expected to be a lot more variable on Sunday.

A high surfing advisory applies on the peninsula until 4 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. Inland and on the peninsula, a wind advisory applies until 10 a.m.

A flood advisory is in effect on the peninsula until early Saturday morning.

Daytime highs will be mainly in the 50s across the Bay Area on Saturday. Overnight lows will be in the 40s on the coast, 40s around the bay and 40s inland and on the peninsula.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

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