Two rounds of rain to hit Bay Area this week

A man carries an umbrella while walking along a road on Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Rain, wind and coastal flooding is expected to affect the San Francisco Bay Area through part of Saturday. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
A man carries an umbrella while walking along a road on Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Rain, wind and coastal flooding is expected to affect the San Francisco Bay Area through part of Saturday. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Two rounds of rain are expected to hit the Bay Area this week, with the second round bringing the most rain to the region.

The first storm hit Monday with most rain falling in the evening and in the overnight hours.

The rain will continue through the morning but should taper off by the afternoon. Expect a wet morning commute with light rain falling.

By Tuesday afternoon the rain should be gone and we’ll enjoy a break until the next storm which is scheduled to arrive Thursday.

FORECAST: San Francisco Bay Area Weather

The second storm system is expected to bring heavier rain and last through Friday morning. Strong and gusty winds are possible on Thursday, weather officials said.

Unsettled weather continues into the weekend with yet another storm set to arrive Saturday night and lasting into Sunday.

The North Bay is expected to see the most rain, with NWS officials forecasting 1.05 inches in Cloverdale, 0.63 inches in Santa Rosa and 0.48 inches in San Rafael.

Officials expect between one-fifth of an inch and a half inch of rain around the San Francisco Bay.

Stay with KRON4 News for updates on the forecast

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