SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 19: Pedestrians brave the final storm of the winter crossing Second Street in downtown San Jose, Calif., Saturday, March, 19, 2022. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)
The last storm of a disappointing winter rain season moved into the Bay Area this morning and is expected to deliver scattered showers throughout the day before blowing out on the eve of the first day of spring.
Though the rainfall won’t put a dent in the state’s severe drought, “it’s good for us.” said Roger Gass, a forecaster for the National Weather Service. “We’ll take anything we can get.”
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