Cool night, frosty mornings and a few rainy days ahead for Bay Area: follow the storm timeline here

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Get ready for a big change in our weather! The gusts of wind that are with us on Monday will subside by Tuesday morning.

You will feel the cold as temperatures drop or drop below freezing and some areas will wake up to freezing temperatures.

Cold and frigid conditions will be with us again on Wednesday morning, then the pattern will change.

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The first of two storms moves late Wednesday night into North Bay and spreads rain and gusty winds during the Thursday morning ride.

Could be difficult due to some brief heavy rain.

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Watch out for puddles on the roads! This is a Level 1 storm on our ABC7 News exclusive storm impact scale.

Precipitation will vary from half an inch to an inch for most areas.

North Bay’s wettest locations and some higher elevations could see two inches or more of rain.

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The snow level will drop so a mix of snow and rain is possible on the highest peaks. A brief break arrives on Friday, then a weaker system brings us more rain this weekend.

Storms may dump heavy snow in the Sierra. A winter storm watch mounts at 10 p.m. Wednesday and will remain until 10 a.m. Friday.

One to three feet of snow and gusty winds will make travel difficult, if not impossible.

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