SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – The Bay Area is forecasted to get rain the next couple of days.
The showers come days after California announced a gradual reopening of outdoor dining.
KRON4 Meteorologist Dave Spahr says projections of timing place the rain late on Monday through overnight and into early Tuesday morning.
By the afternoon, things clear again and the remainder of the week, from a rain standpoint, it will be relatively uneventful.
NWS tweeted that a frontal boundary to the north will result in scattered showers across the North Bay Sunday morning.
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