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Bay City News Service
The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the Napa River in Napa County Saturday morning. The warning was issued around 5 a.m. and will be in place until 8 p.m. Sunday.
Flooding is a concern for portions of the river near St. Helena and the city of Napa, according to the weather service.
The warning comes ahead of more rain expected to hit the Bay Area tonight and Sunday after several days of heavy rainfall.
The river is expected to rise above the flood stage of 16 feet around noon Sunday before falling that evening and receding to 3 feet by Tuesday afternoon.
As of 2 a.m. Saturday morning the river near St. Helena was at 4.9 feet. A flash flood watch remains in place until Sunday evening for the entire Bay Area region.
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