The Bay Area is bracing for another round of heavy rainfall as an Atmospheric River is on its way.
Monday is expected to bring light showers, with a stronger storm arriving on Tuesday.
Rainfall is predicted to subside by Wednesday.
Commuters have been advised to exercise caution on the roads due to poor drainage areas that may cause flooding.
Snow levels in the Sierra will be around 5000 feet, and an inch of total rainfall is expected with today’s storm.
The second storm on Tuesday may bring up to two inches of rainfall, with snow levels dropping to around 3000 feet.
The Bay Area will experience cooler temperatures with scattered showers on Wednesday, but Monday is expected to be dry.
The vernal equinox is set to arrive on Monday afternoon.