It appears all those January, February and March showers are going to be followed by some April showers.
The rain that greeted this week is not going away.
After a respite Monday night, wet weather will return by midday today and last through Wednesday, accompanied by chilly, mid-50s temperatures and a brisk breeze off the ocean, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Walbrun. The storm also will bring a high-surf advisory, with waves expected to be at 15 to 17 feet today and until about 3 p.m. Wednesday.
It may dry out a bit Thursday and warm up a tad Friday, but a much larger storm — one that may bring a lot of rain to the Bay Area and snow to the Sierra Nevada — is expected to roll through the Bay Area on Easter Sunday, Walbrun said.