SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Have your umbrellas and rain boots in hand for the rest of the week, Bay Area.
Multiple storm systems are predicted to hit the Bay Area from now until late Thursday, and according to the National Weather Service, anywhere from two to four inches of rain across most areas is expected.
The heavy rain also brings with it concerns for potential flooding and mudslides.
On Monday showers return with rainfall increasingly likely through the afternoon, setting us up for a rainy rest of the week.
Heaviest of rainfall is expected starting Tuesday.
Potential of flooding is especially high on Wednesday, leading into Thursday.
Conditions start to clear up Friday into the weekend.
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