Northern California’s rainy season is not quite over.

A series of storms will deliver rain to the Bay Area this week and snow to the Sierra Nevada, with another system slated to possibly bring more precipitation next week, according to the National Weather Service.

Rainfall totals expected through Wednesday range from 1 to 2 inches in the North Bay to ¼-inch to 1 inch for locations south of the Golden Gate, according to the weather service.

Along with the rain, breezy conditions are expected, with wind gusts up to 40 mph.

A second system is expected to impact the Bay Area from Thursday to Saturday, with similar rainfall totals, according to the weather service.

In the Sierra Nevada, the two storms could deliver several feet of new snow, according to the weather service. Major snowstorms in late February boosted the overall snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Range from 22 to 38 percent percent of the historic average.

The late-season storms are not expected to pull Northern California out of its seasonal rainfall deficit. Rainfall totals across Northern California generally range from 50 to 60 percent of normal, including Oakland (58 percent), San Francisco (53 percent) and San Jose (51 percent).

The city in Northern California closest to its seasonal rainfall average is Eureka at 80 percent (24.10 inches of rain).

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