March 31, 2023

The month started with winter within the Bay Space, with a frost warning issued in elements of Santa Clara early Saturday morning and rain forecast for a lot of the area all through the day.

A storm from the Pacific Northwest introduced the primary sustained rain in three weeks on Thursday, in addition to heavy snowfall to the Sierra Nevada.

Along with Saturday’s rain, extra rain is forecast for the Bay Space on Sunday, in addition to 2 to three ft of snow within the Sierra.

Precipitation will probably be within the type of heavy snowfall alongside the Sierra Nevada, the place 2-3 ft of snow is prone to fall by Sunday night,” the Nationwide Climate Service stated. “In the meantime, elements of the northern and central-south coast of California might see 1 to three inches of rain because the system harnesses subtropical moisture from the Pacific Ocean.”

In San Jose, forecasters expect a tenth to 1 / 4 inch of rain on Saturday. Nationwide Climate Service forecasters estimate related rainfall ranges for San Francisco, Oakland and Fremont on Saturday.

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