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Here's how much rain fell in the past 48 hours across the SF Bay Area

A moisture-packed atmospheric river barreled across the San Francisco Bay Area on Sunday into Monday, drenching the region to kick off the rainy season. "It was about what we anticipated," said National Weather Service meteorologist Sean Hayes of how the storm unfolded. "It was a strong event, anomalously strong for this time of year."
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UPDATE: Flood Waters Shut Down Lanes Of I-880; Alameda’s Harbor Bay Parkway, Silverado Trail In Napa

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — More than 24 hours of rainfall from a potent atmospheric river, spun to life by a bomb cyclone off the Northwest coast, left lanes of I-880 under several feet of water early Monday morning, shutting down one of the main traffic arteries in the East Bay. Lingering showers continued to fall in the Bay Area, adding to the impressive rain totals since the storm rolled onshore Saturday night. The storm shattered the single-day record for rainfall for an October day in San Francisco history and left behind a path of damaged homes, flooded neighborhoods across the Bay...
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