(KRON) A storm system that rolled through the San Francisco Bay Area earlier this week is expected to return much stronger Thursday.
Rain will likely impact the Thursday afternoon Bay Area commute and continue into Friday morning.
With a significant weather system approaching the Central Coast, the National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the Soberanes fire burn area Thursday afternoon into Friday morning. The fire charred 206 square miles in the scenic coastal mountains north of Big Sur.
The rain will stay with us through the weekend
You can check the 7 day forecast and interactive radar at KRON4.com.
It’s too early to tell if California, now on a six-year drought, will see a wet winter.
Thursday-Friday forecast rain for the Bay Area. pic.twitter.com/2Inj9ksZy2
— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) October 26, 2016
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