There is a probability of some rain in the North Bay this coming weekend.

“Rain is looking more likely late Saturday into Sunday,” the National Weather Service said, adding that there is a 0.10-0.20 inches of rain predicted in the valleys. The wetter coastal ranges, meanwhile, have the possibility of 0.30 inches of rain.

KRON4’s Meteorologist John Shrable said that a line of showers, which is visible in a model, can hit Northern California from Saturday, at around 6:45 in the evening. On Sunday morning, the rain will begin entering the Bay Area, he noted.

“It’s not going to be as heavy of rainfall, but widespread light rainfall north of the Golden Gate,” Shrable noted.

Light rain might also be brought by the system on Sunday afternoon on the Golden Gate’s south, although not completely precise. The National Weather Service said that it would be below 0.10 inches of rain if it happens.

Meanwhile, rain is not that expected in the eastern interior and South Bay that will probably stay dry over the weekend.

The public is told to bring a jacket when going outdoors despite that the rain might arrive not as heavy as expected.