VIDEO: Scattered showers rolling through Bay Area

Rain drops bead on a car window below the Golden Gate Bridge Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016, in Sausalito, Calif. El Nino storms lined up in the Pacific, promising to drench parts of the West for more than two weeks and increasing fears of mudslides and flash floods in regions stripped bare by wildfires. Stronger systems are predicted starting Tuesday following light rain a day earlier. At least two more storms are expected to follow on Wednesday and Thursday, possibly bringing as much as 3 inches of rain. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A storm system rolling through the region will bring heavy rainfall to the Bay Area Thursday.

Scattered showers will sweep the Bay Area in the morning. Drivers should expect slick, wet roads during the morning commute.

Rain will increases in coverage and intensity later Thursday continuing into early Friday morning with periods of heavy rain likely, especially for the coastal hills in Monterey County, according to KRON4’s Meteorologist James Fletcher.

Showers will taper off Friday afternoon. But the wet weather won’t end there.

FORECAST: San Francisco Bay Area Weather

Unsettled weather expected to hit Saturday before another front arrives from the northwest with rain likely late Saturday night and Sunday. Halloween night could see rain return by 8 PM.

A flash flood watch has been issued 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.

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