The latest round of rain Thursday created a host of problems across the Bay Area, notably on the roads as holiday travelers tried to reach their final destination.
Here's a look at some of the issues the wet weather has created.
Flooding on the Peninsula
Authorities responded to multiple flooding calls across San Mateo County, including one in which two bodies were found inside a submerged vehicle at an intersection in Millbrae.
Below is a running list of where flooding has been reported:
- Hemlock Avenue and E. Hillcrest Boulevard in Millbrae
- Landing Lane in Millbrae
- Corral Reef Avenue in El Granada
- Highway 1 next to the Half Moon Bay Airport
- Highway 1 and California Avenue in Moss Beach
Downed Tree Blocks Highway 13 in Oakland
A fallen tree blocked all lanes of northbound state Highway 13 in Oakland on Thursday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The downed tree was initially reported at 7:13 a.m. on northbound Highway 13 near the on-ramp from Redwood Road.
Fallen Debris Temporarily Closes Highway 1 in Big Sur
Highway 1 was temporarily closed in the Big Sur area due to rocks and other debris on the roadway, Caltrans said.
Rockslide Near Muir Woods National Monument
Officials said a rockslide on Muir Woods Road was blocking access to Muir Woods from the north.
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Bay City News contributed to this report.