Another atmospheric river is expected to hit California this week, bringing several inches of rain to the Bay Area and several feet of fresh snow to parts of the California Sierra.
The forecast rain will further alleviate drought conditions, which now affect less than half of the Golden State.
But if you’re racing to fix a leaky roof or clean out the sewers, you might wonder how much rain is forecast near you over the next three days?
Below is an interactive map showing the total rainfall forecast for the next 72 hours. Click on the map to get rainfall estimates where you live, work or are on your way. Drag and click on the map to explore different regions of the state or your municipality. You can even type your address into the search box at the top right to zoom in on your own home – then click the map again to see the local weather forecast. Click the plus button in the top left corner to zoom in and the minus button to zoom out.
The Santa Cruz Mountains and parts of Marin near Mount Tamalpais are forecast to be the hardest hit locations in the Bay Area, with total rainfall of 6 to 8 inches forecast over the next three days. San Jose, meanwhile, is forecast to receive 1.5 to 2 inches of rain. Parts of Oakland can receive up to 3 inches of rain.
And the snow? The map below shows the predicted snowfall totals for the next 72 hours.
Yosemite Valley and many parts of the central and southern Sierras are forecast to get 3 feet or more of fresh snow over the next three days. South Lake Tahoe is forecast to have between 6 and 12 inches of snow, although more than 3 feet could accumulate at higher elevations nearby.
Check back later for updates.
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