Tracking the Storm – Constantly Updated Weather Information.

BAY AREA (KRON) — As one of the most powerful weather systems in recent memory moves into and through the Bay Area, we’re tracking updates on a minute by minute basis. Keep refreshing this page for the latest updates, videos, and more.

Send your weather pictures to breakingnews@kron4.com or in a message to us on the KRON 4 News Facebook Page

 


 

— Update 6:49 p.m. —

Hickey Blvd in Daly City
Hickey Blvd in Daly City

 


 

— Update 6:47 p.m. —

Rancho Adobe in Cotati
Rancho Adobe in Cotati

 


 

— Update 6:45 p.m. —

Flooding in Rohnert Park
Flooding in Rohnert Park

 


 

— Update 6:31 p.m. —

Damage to the Safeway on Capitol Expressway in San Jose
Damage to the Safeway on Capitol Expressway in San Jose

 


 

— Update 6:26 p.m. —

KRON 4’s Rob Fladeboe reports from the Santa Cruz Mountains.


 

— Update 6:02 p.m. —

Update from the SFO Duty Manager

  • Things have calmed down tremendously at SFO.
  • SFO is dealing with hour and a half delays….mostly arrivals.
  • At the height of the storm, SFO was dealing with three hour delays.

— Update 5:55 p.m. —

KRON 4’s Jacqueline Bennett says the storm is parked over the Bay Area.


— Update 5:50 p.m. —

San Francisco Public Works officials continue to monitor flooding and power outages around the City.


 

— Update 5:33 p.m. —

KRON 4 Meteorologist Jacqueline Bennett says that not much has changed in the position or intensity of the rain the last hour. There’s a sign of relief ahead, however, as a high-resolution model shows the rain finally moving south by 10 p.m. tonight.

“Expect moderate to heavy rain to continue through about 9 p.m.,” Jacqueline said.

 


 

— Update 5:31 p.m. —

KRON 4’s Dan Kerman is in the San Francisco Financial District where many remain without power


 

— Update 5:27 p.m. —

PG&E crews are busy restoring service around the region.


— Update 5:04 p.m. —

Khristine says This flooded in 10 minutes. Frontage road parallel to Junipero Serra between Mercedes and Holloway. Photo taken from our flooded carport.
Khristine says This flooded in 10 minutes. Frontage road parallel to Junipero Serra between Mercedes and Holloway. Photo taken from our flooded carport.

 


 

— Update 4:55 p.m. —

Jack is watching the waves at Fort Point in San Francisco
Jack is watching the waves at Fort Point in San Francisco

 


 

— Update 4:45 p.m. —

 

The water in the rain gauge is taller than Minnie Mouse, Angelique in Corte Madera says
The water in the rain gauge is taller than Minnie Mouse, Angelique in Corte Madera says

 


 

— Update 4:38 p.m. —

Russian River at Mill Street in Guerneville
Russian River at Mill Street in Guerneville

 


— Update 4:32 p.m. —

Michelle in Pacifica says This is the third time in 6 months that Pacifica has flooded like this on Anza Drive.
Michelle in Pacifica says This is the third time in 6 months that Pacifica has flooded like this on Anza Drive.

 


 

— Update 4:10 p.m. —

Daly City Flooding
Daly City Flooding

 


 

— Update 11:33 a.m. —
KRON 4’s Maureen Kelly reports from San Francisco

 


 

— Update 11:26 a.m. —

Kristeen from San Leandro took this picture of a telephone pole down onto a car at Tamager at Liberty
Kristeen from San Leandro took this picture of a telephone pole down onto a car at Tamager at Liberty

 


 

— Update 11:20 a.m. —

View down onto California at Pine in San Francisco
View down onto California at Pine in San Francisco

 


 

— Update 11:11 a.m. — The City of Mountain View has set up a map with flooded areas:

 


 

— Update 10:56 a.m. — Update from PG&E:

  • 35,000 customers have been restored since the beginning
  • 100,000 customers are without power in the Bay Area now
  • 80,000 in SF is the most impacted area due to a substation outage in the civic center area but wide spread impacts

 


— Update 10:32 a.m. — The National Weather Service has extended the Flash Flood warning until 11:30 a.m. for Napa, Sonoma, and Marin Counties.


— Update 10:30 a.m. —

Ron sent us this picture of flooding at the San Bruno Caltrain station
Ron sent us this picture of flooding at the San Bruno Caltrain station

— Update 10:25 a.m. —

They're getting out the kayaks in Pacifica
They’re getting out the kayaks in Pacifica

— Update 10:19 a.m. —

Santa Rosa Creek
Santa Rosa Creek

 


 

— Update 10:15 a.m. —

Jason says: -- Attached are pictures of localized flooding in Oakland, near Lake Merritt (along Harrison St. and Grand Ave. and Lakeshore Drive) where a number of underground drain culverts have overflown (some are missing their manhole covers making dangerous driving conditions, as the holes are wide enough for a person to fit through.). There is also a noticeable odor of overflown sewage in the air!
Jason says:

Attached are pictures of localized flooding in Oakland, near Lake Merritt (along Harrison St. and Grand Ave. and Lakeshore Drive) where a number of underground drain culverts have overflown (some are missing their manhole covers making dangerous driving conditions, as the holes are wide enough for a person to fit through.). There is also a noticeable odor of overflown sewage in the air!

 


 

— Update 10:10 a.m. —

This photo was taken from our deck facing Austin Creek in Cazadero.  My husband spoke with a gentleman earlier that said he saw a car going down the creek.  We have a flooded garage.  But, the house is nice and dry.  The house was raised some time ago. This is from Austin Creek Rd.  Thanks! Shirley
This photo was taken from our deck facing Austin Creek in Cazadero. My husband spoke with a gentleman earlier that said he saw a car going down the creek. We have a flooded garage. But, the house is nice and dry. The house was raised some time ago.
This is from Austin Creek Rd. Thanks! Shirley

 


— Update 9:52 a.m. — KRON 4’s Terisa Estacio reports from Marin County:

  • A fire is burning because of downed power lines along Morning Sun Road in Mill Valley
  • Olema Campgrounds are being evacuated,/li>
  • Highway One is Closed by the South Point Reyes Station
  • Lucas Valley Road is Closed at Smith Ranch Road for Flooding
  • Southbound Hwy 101 is closed at Highway 37 and South Novato Blvd because of flooding
  • More sandbangs are available at the back of the Marin Civic Center and at the Woodacre Fire Station.

 


 

UPDATE: 9:38 — Flooding Video in Napa —

 


 

UPDATE: 9:35 — REPORTS OF FLOODING —Numerous streets are closed in San Francisco due to flooding this morning, including The Embarcadero from Pier 39 all the way to AT&T Park,
according to police.

Water has been coming over the seawall along The Embarcadero, prompting the closure, San Francisco police Officer Grace Gatpandan said.

The California Highway Patrol is also responding to reports of flooding on U.S. Highway 101 near Cesar Chavez Street and may need to close the highway there, Gatpandan said.

Flooding has also been reported by the corner of Geary Boulevard and Fillmore Street, Third Avenue and Lake Street and at Sunset Boulevard and Wawona Street, where a traffic signal is out, Gatpandan said.

 


 

UPDATE: 9:28 — Social media users are posting photos of flooding around the Bay Area. Here’s one snapped in San Bruno this morning.

Complete School Closings List:    


    BART says it has closed the Montgomery Station in San Francisco because of flooding.    


    The National Weather Service has issued Flash Flood Warnings for Marin and Sonoma Counties until 10:15 a..m.    


   

KRON 4 James Fletcher ALERT: Woodacre, Stinson Beach and surrounding communities...a band of intense rain along with strong winds are about to hit you. Be ready. Rainfall rates near 3" per hour in spots!
KRON 4 James Fletcher ALERT: Woodacre, Stinson Beach and surrounding communities…a band of intense rain along with strong winds are about to hit you. Be ready. Rainfall rates near 3″ per hour in spots!

   


    6:53 a.m.: At the request of school administrators, we have removed several school districts from our closure lists. Classes are operating in Burlingame, Redwood Shores, San Carlos, and Menlo Park.    


    6:30 a.m.: KRON 4’s Will Tran copes with the wind and rain at the beach in Pacifica.

 


 

BAY AREA (KRON) — As one of the most powerful weather systems in recent memory moves into and through the Bay Area, we’re tracking updates on a minute by minute basis. Keep refreshing this page for the latest updates, videos, and more.

Send your weather pictures to breakingnews@kron4.com or in a message to us on the KRON 4 News Facebook Page

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