The Bay Area will get its first drop of rain in over a month come Wednesday, KRON4 meteorologist Mabrisa Rodriguez predicts.
Three storm systems are headed to the Bay and will linger through Sunday.
The wet weather is much needed as crews gain an upper hand on the Camp Fire.
Three storm systems will head to the #BayArea starting next Wednesday through Sunday. This will greatly improve air quality & current drought situation. Unfortunately, the storms will negatively impact your #Thanksgiving holiday travel plans, more @kron4news 8 & 10 PM pic.twitter.com/yGESImeudn— Mabrisa Rodriguez (@MabrisaWX) November 18, 2018
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