Video: Strong storm to hit the Bay Area

A woman carries an umbrella as she crosses Powell Street n San Francisco, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Light rain has started in the San Francisco Bay Area as the region braces for a series of storms expected this weekend and into next week. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A strong early season storm will bring wide spread rain to the Bay Area starting late Thursday evening into early Friday morning.

The North Bay will see the heaviest rainfall. KRON4’s weather team is predicting several inches of rain in the North Bay mountains.

The central part of the Bay Area and the South Bay will see a moderate amount of rain with totals around one inch.

KRON4’s interactive futurecast radar will give you the latest storm track and forecast.

The U.S. Coast Guard issued a Coastal Flood Advisory and a High Surf Advisory for Friday from 3 a.m. to 9 p.m. Be careful if you are heading to the beach.

The Sierra Nevada will get rain at lower elevations until Sunday when temperatures drop. Heavy snow is predicted to fall at lower elevations Sunday evening.

Also download the KRON4 Mobile App from the Apple store or Google Play. The APP is free and has up to the minute weather and traffic information.

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