The Bay Area will have a pleasant Saturday with mild and sunny weather before a series of storms hit the region.
The first storm is expected to arrive on Sunday and continue until the first half of the workweek, bringing cooler temperatures, rain, and strong winds.
The second storm, forecast to hit on Tuesday, could bring up to 15 inches of rain to the area, with another 5 to 15 inches possible.
The Sierra is expected to receive a significant amount of snow, with a winter storm watch in effect from early Sunday morning until Wednesday morning.
Travel advisories are recommended for those planning to travel to the region.
Sunday’s storm is expected to bring scattered showers, with rainfall of up to an inch, while the Tuesday storm could bring over two inches of rainfall to the Hills.
The storm could cause minor flooding and make roadways slippery.
Temperatures will gradually fall, and the first day of spring will arrive on Monday.