A storm inching its way across the Bay Area is bringing light rain that’s expected to increase in intensity into the afternoon and evening.
This is prompting some airlines to issue travel waivers for those headed in or out of the Bay Area.
United Airlines tweeted it is issuing a travel waiver for anyone flying to and from San Francisco International Airport due to the “severe weather.”
“If you’re traveling 5/15 or 5/16, you can change your flight at no cost,” United tweeted.
Heavy rain and gusty winds will develop across the Bay in the afternoon, making for a wet evening commute.
The heaviest rain is expected in the North Bay coastal mountains, with upwards of two inches forecast Wednesday and Thursday.
Thunderstorms are possible from Wednesday afternoon and continuing into Thursday.
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