Flooding begins after overnight rain soaks Bay Area roads

SAN FRANCISCO - MARCH 31: A taxicab drives through standing water March 31, 2006 in San Francisco, California. San Francisco has experienced its rainiest March, since the 1904 record of 23 days of rain, with 25 days of wet weather with more rain on the way. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Several roadways are flooded after rain doused the Bay Area Friday night into Saturday morning, according to California Highway Patrol.

The floods are occurring in San Francisco, Marin, and Redwood City.

Here are a list of areas for drivers to be aware of, according to a flood log from CHP:

San Francisco: 

  • 455 8th St. – Left lane flooded about one foot deep
  • Eastbound 80 just west of 7th St. off-ramp, left lane completely flooded
  • Northbound 280 about one mile south of Mariposa

Redwood City:

  • Northbound 101 at the Kehoe Ave. on-ramp


  • Northbound 101 at the Lucky Dr. off-ramp

CHP says these are all common flood areas.



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