Wednesday, March 29, 2023 2:06AM
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The Bay Area is seeing fierce winds and heavy rainfall as another storm moves through the region. The worst of the rain and wind on Tuesday happened between 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Most cities are reporting wind speeds less than 10 mph now.
It was a small window for impacts, so meteorologist Drew Tuma was not anticipating us to get widespread damage. However, 45-55 mph winds were enough to take down some trees.
The storm is a Level 2 on the ABC7 Exclusive Storm Impact Scale..
Flood Advisories are being issued in parts of the Bay Area as the storm moves through and the downpours are creating slick road conditions.
After 1 p.m., showers turn lighter and scattered and the winds weaken dramatically.
California has been hit hard by storm after storm so far this year. The big question now – has the rain had any impact on the state’s water levels? Go here for a closer look at where we stand with the drought, snowpack totals and reservoirs.
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