A very wet and rainy weekend ended like it began Sunday night with the final in a series of storms making its way through the Bay Area.
By Monday midday, the storm door will be closed, according to NBC Bay Area meteorologists.
The weather caused thousands of 49er fans to get soaked at Candlestick Park as they packed the NFC Championship Game.
It also caused flight delays at SFO and travel delays for skiers making their way home from Tahoe for the first real ski weekend of the season.
Over the hill in Santa Cruz two sailboats broke free of their moorings in the bad weather.
The Santa Cruz Fire Department said they got reports late Friday night that the boats were loose and getting slammed against the wharf near West Cliff Drive.
Because swells were about 10 feet and the winds were howling, salvage crews couldn't do anything. The boats washed ashore by Saturday morning. The boats were fenced off for the weekend and were expected to be removed Monday, according to Bay City News. Noone was hurt.
And a bit to the south, State Highway 1 was closed in both directions south of Big Sur due to a rockslide, according to the California Department of Transportation. The highway is closed at Limekiln Creek, about 25 miles south of Big Sur. It was not immediately clear how long it would take to repair.