Daily rain begins to fall across portions of Bay Area

By Celebpost Desk September 19, 2022
Daily rain begins to fall across portions of Bay Area 

Parts of the San Francisco Bay Area reported nearly three inches of intermittent showers this Sunday. 

Strong winds and isolated thunderstorms continue to lash most parts of the area. 

The National Weather Service informed that there was intense rocks and flooding on Highway 1 near Andrew Moleras State Park in Big Sur just before 11 p.m.

Oak Ridge Station  located east of the small town of Annapolis in Sonoma County, has seen the most precipitation in the Bay Area so far with about 2.9 inches of rain. 

Nearby, the high elevation towns of Cazadero and Venado saw 2.75 inches and 2.66 inches of rain, respectively.

Sunday was forecasted to be the wettest day across the Bay Area and though the rainfall totals wont come close to reaching record-breaking amounts. 

A wind advisory was issued for the region.