Posted: Nov 29, 2012 2:44 AM by Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A fast-moving storm has moved through Northern California, but forecasters say two more storms are on their way.
Power was knocked out in some areas, roads were slick, causing accidents and delays during the Wednesday morning commute, but forecasters say the worst is yet to come.
The National Weather Service says a second, more powerful storm, will move into the area Thursday afternoon.
Then, after the second storm moves on its way, forecasters say the third storm system will hit Northern California Saturday.
The third storm is expected to bring the most rain, with forecasters saying the combined rainfall amounts for all three storms could be as much as 12 inches in the coastal mountains.
Because of the all the rain, the National Weather Service is warning of possible flooding of small rivers and streams by Friday and into the weekend.
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