Bay Area Storm Photos

Here are some of the damage left behind from a wild first week of spring 2011.

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Jim Griffin
Lexington Reservoir hasn't spilled since 2006, but it expected to all weekend.
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Jim Griffin
Jim Griffin sent in this photo of Lexington Reservoir spilling it's banks for the first time in five years.
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Jim Bartlett
A swollen creek the overflowed its banks onto San Felipe Road, San Jose.
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Jim Bartlett
A swollen creek the overflowed its banks onto San Felipe Road, San Jose.
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Tenaya Lodge
Yosemite visitors had trouble getting into and out of the park entrance because of all of this week's snow.
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Tenaya Lodge
As you can see in this photo they are measuring it by the foot up in the Yosemite area.
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Tenaya Lodge
Tenaya Lodge, located in Fish Camp, near the southern entrance of Yosemite is a winter wonderland on this first week of spring.
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Marianne Favro
This is the damage left behind in a novelty gift store in downtown Capitola after a rush of water flooded the city Thursday night.
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Marianne Favro
This is a picture of a road that caved from water on Bay Ave in Capitola
10/31
Aaron Saiz
House in in Aptos. Thursdays storm uprooted this huge tree and slammed on top of the house. My uncle though that the house was caving in, only to find a tree on his roof. Luckily only a small hole was punctured in the house, causing minimal damage.
11/31
Jim Bartlett
A swollen creek the overflowed its banks onto San Felipe Road, San Jose.
12/31
Ben Collison
A portion of Shannon Road at Kennedy Road in Los Gatos flooded out Thursday.
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Jodi Hernandez
The tree feel down on Thornhill Rd in Montclair.
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Jodi Hernandez
Enrique Rodriguez was trying to clear the drain when it came down, nearly htting him. He says he's lucky to be here. People say they're surprised more trees haven't fallen.
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Jodi Hernandez
A tree crashes into a home in Oakland.
16/31
Caltrans
Caltrans responded to a new rockslide Thursday north of San Luis Obispo County. Until the slide was cleared Big Sur was cut off from both the north and the south.
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Caltrans
Caltrans released this photo of the Highway 1 slide.
18/31
Caltrans
Caltrans released two aerial photos of the slide south of Carmel. You can see the rocks sheared off the cliff straight into the ocean.
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Caltrans
We normally don't get a look at slides from this angle. It looks so tiny from far away, but it also shows the power of nature.
20/31
Marianne Favro
This is storm damage from Nelson Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
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A tree fall on this car in Ukiah. Thankfully no one was hurt.
22/31
Marianne Favro
This is a rock slide near Mt. Herman in the Santa Cruz mountains. It covered the road Wednesday.
23/31
Damian Trujillo
NBC Bay Area's Damian Trujillo snapped this photo waiting to do a live shot this week. The wild weather lead to lots of these across the Bay Area.
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Downed trees are a problem up and down the state as ground saturation leves reach 100-percent.
25/31
Jackie Dwyer
A viewer named Jackie Dwyer took the following photos on the streets of San Francisco where umbrellas became very hard to keep a hold of thanks to the weather
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Jackie Dwyer
Here's another one that didn't make it.
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Jackie Dwyer
And another.
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Jackie Dwyer
And another.
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Jackie Dwyer
This one didn't quite make it into the trash, but it also clearly a gonner.
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Jackie Dwyer
This one probably was like a missile as it sailed from its original carrier to its final resting place.
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Jackie Dwyer
Thank you Jackie for sending these in!
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