Line of strong storms heading toward Bay Area

- A cold front has made its way across the southeastern United States and the Gulf of Mexico and is now pushing into the Bay Area, bringing with it a line of strong storms. 

FOX 13 Meteorologist Brittany Rainey says to expect a squall line to work its way in from the gulf between 1 and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

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Conditions will be wind ahead of the cold front, with south winds bringing the possibility for 30 mph gusts.

As the storms move onshore, there is a chance for localized, damaging wind gusts and the possibility of a brief, weak tornado.

Rainey said to expect up to an inch of rain. Storms will end by the evening. 

Temperatures will fall Sunday night into Monday. Highs Monday will be in the low 70s. 

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