‘Decent Storm’ With 40 mph Winds To Drench Bay Area, Deposit Snow In Sierra

A storm system from the Gulf of Alaska is poised to make Wednesday night in the Bay Area wet and windy.

The system is expected to deliver winds with gusts of up to 40 miles per hour and rain across the region, starting in the North Bay around sunset before moving south. Up to 2 feet of snow could fall in parts of Northern California and the Sierra, according to the National Weather Service, while local precipitation is expected to continue through Thursday, when showers give way to a cloudy Friday.