January 2010 Bay Area Storm Photos

The Bay Area's wettest week in a decade continues.

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A Starbucks in downtown Martinez preps for flooding.
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OnScene.tv
A rare dusting of snow in Livermore Thursday.
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(Fotografía tomada de Twitter)
After all this week's rain, it actually snowed in Livermore late Thursday afternoon.
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This Felton Grove resident was one of the first victims of the flooding.
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The San Lorenzo River started a rapid rise, believed to be caused by a logjam and this was the result.
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Even in the driving rain, the Golden Gate Bridge is a thing of beauty. These commuters caught the early rain on Wednesday morning.
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A tree fell across the road in Los Gatos Wednesday morning.
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Hail fell once again on Wednesday as the wild weather made another round through the Bay Area. This was somewhere in the South Bay.
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This is a picture of the hail that fell in the Almaden Valley of San Jose Wednesday between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.
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NBC10.com
Someone took this picture of tree snapped in two Wednesday morning and sent it via cell phone.
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Jodi Hernandez
Willow Brooke Creek on the rise.
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Teszia Belly Dance Troupe/ Cayuga Heights Police Department
The 100 block of Adobe Road in Petaluma is more like a lake than a roadway.
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BC10.com
The rain made for a messy scene on rural Adobe Road in Petaluma.
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Christie Smith
Petaluma's Adobe Road it a rural river zone after days of downpours.
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This is flooding at Stony Point Road by Highway 101 in Petaluma
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Jodi Hernandez
This was a Petaluma field yesterday. Today is is more like a lake.
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Jodi Hernandez
This tree fell in Petaluma Wednesday.
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Jodi Hernandez
This is an example of the kinds of flooding in Petaluma Wednesday.
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Creating a wake while driving along Adobe Road in Petaluma Wednesday.
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Crews are keeping a close watch over San Anselmo Creek as the water rises.
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The water was rising rapidly Wednesday morning.
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Christie Smith
The creek level rose by about three feet within a matter of a few hours, NBC Bay Area reporter Christie Smith said.
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Christie Smith
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Merchants aren't taking any chances with this storm and have already placed sand bags outside shops.
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Christie Smith
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Bear Valley
Bear Valley ski resort says it received 14 inches in the past week.
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Lots of snow in Bear Valley makes for happy skiers.
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Jodi Hernandez
This computer store in downtown San Anselmo closed up shop because of flooding fears.
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Sand bags greet shoppers in downtown San Anselmo this week.
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Jodi Hernandez
This area flooded a couple years ago and business owners don't want that to happen again.
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The creeks are expected to stay within their banks, but there was lots of localized flooding in the city.
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A viewer sent in this photo of his shed Monday. He lives in the South Bay.
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Raj Mathai
KNTV's Raj Mathai found a slight water problem on El Camino in San Carlos. And this happened after the rain stopped.
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Jodi Hernandez
I-880 in Oakland was quite wet Tuesday.
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NBC10.com
San Anselmo merchants aren't taking chances this time.
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Christie Smith
At least one shop owners boarded up doorways before the storm even really had a chance to leave a dribble.
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NECN
The folks at this store have already put their alternative plan in action.
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Jackson Larango
A viewer sent this photo in of the cloudy skies over Los Altos.
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Telemundo
The day included rain, hail, wind and finally a rainbow.
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NBCChicago.com
A rainbow was also spotted over Oakland Tuesday.
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Beth Slepp-Paz
One more. (still in Oakland)
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Jodi Hernandez
Crew vacuum a drain in the East Bay hill prone to flooding.
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Oakland Police
This hill was the site of a 2006 mudslide that forced four families to evacuate.
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Jodi Hernandez
This picture makes you think of fall, but was taken in the dead of winter in Petaluma.
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Jodi Hernandez
Stony Point Road in Petaluma
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