Track the storm: Much-needed April showers reach Bay Area


SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Much-needed April showers are in the forecast this weekend across the Bay Area.

The National Weather Service’s forecast for the San Francisco Bay Area calls for showers Sunday for the entire region as a late season cold front moves through.

Widespread light rain will start to arrive in the North Bay shortly before 7 a.m. on Sunday.

For the rest of the Bay Area, we’re going to seem some light to moderate rain by midmorning.

The threat of possible pop-up thunderstorms has extended to the East Bay and North Bay valleys Sunday afternoon.

If thunderstorms do form, we could see small hail and gusty winds, along with heavy downpours.

Most valleys in the Bay Area will get about a quarter of an inch of rain or less, and about double those amounts for the highest peaks.

Breezy winds are also expected, about 30 miles per hour.

Check back for updates on the upcoming storm.

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