Stormy weather to start the week: Here’s the timeline for Bay Area rain, snow and wind

27 February 2023

The Bay Area is waking up Monday to another round of soggy weather that’s expected to last until midweek.

A low-pressure system churning off the Oregon coast is funneling moisture from the ocean, bringing periods of moderate rainfall and a chance of thunderstorms to the Bay Area, with snow around 2,500 feet for the region’s mountains. In the Sierra Nevada, blizzard conditions.

The offshore weather system is part of a trough pattern, a large area of low pressure. As the trough dips down and moves closer to Northern California, winds will be gusty, and temperatures will be running colder than normal.

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