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UPDATE: Atmospheric River Crashes Onshore; Flood Warning Issued For Napa, Sonoma Counties

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A cyclone developing off the Northwest coast slammed a potent atmospheric river into the Bay Area Sunday, dumping nearly 7 inches of rain in Kentfield and nearly 2 inches in San Francisco over a 24-hour span, triggering a flood warning for the LNU Lightning Complex burn zone in Napa and Sonoma counties. The wettest spot in the Bay Area was the Marin County community of Kentfield where as of noon nearly 9 inches of rain had already fallen. Heavy downpours, triggered a flood warning for the Hennessey portion of the LNU Lightning Complex burn area...
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Mandatory Evacuations, Street and Highway Closures Due to Rain in SF

Strong atmospheric river rain and winds are wrecking Bay Area streets, including in San Francisco. Mandatory evacuation orders are in place for residents on Ninth Avenue between 2176, 2178 and 2184 blocks due a 100 feet tree threatening three buildings. The San Francisco Department of Emergency Department confirmed via Twitter...
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Atmospheric River: PG&E Crews Respond to Widespread Bay Area Outages

SONOMA COUNTY (CBS SF) — PG&E crews on Sunday were responding to widespread reports of power outages across the Bay Area affecting more than 66,000 thousand customers as the most powerful storm in years slammed the region. The North Bay remained hardest hit and, as of 11:30 a.m., power was out to approximately 43,319 PG&E customers, mostly in Marin and Sonoma counties, PG&E spokesman J.D. Guidi said. According to PG&E’s online outage map, the issues impacting customers cover a large area of Sonoma County stretching from Tomales Bay north through Bodega and Occidental all the way up to Cazadero and Forestville. PG&E...
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REVIEW: The Eagles bring ‘Hotel California’ and more to Chase Center

SAN FRANCISCO — For a band that put out only seven studio albums—six of those during the 1970s—The Eagles have retained a huge measure of popularity and fan love. Those who ventured to San Francisco Saturday night for the second performance of a two-night stand at Chase Center knew what they wanted, and they got it: a song-by-song performance of the classic 1976 mega-selling album Hotel California, plus 19 other big hits.
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