Flooding across San Francisco led to traffic delays, flood damage and canceled plans after the National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the city Saturday afternoon. On Sunday, people were still cleaning up.
Some residents in the West Portal district weren't just dealing with excess water; they also had sewage backup in their homes.
Peter Glover has dealt with flooding before, and he was prepared with sandbags outside his garage. But his house still got soaked.
"This time it was sewage that came up from the drains," he said. "So, I don't know what the root cause of it is this year."
According to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, several city beaches have elevated levels of bacteria after the weekend storm.
On Saturday via Twitter, the weather service said a "Doppler radar indicated heavy rain that will cause flooding."
BART tweeted Saturday afternoon that there is no service between West Portal and Embarcadero due to flooding, but that they are honoring Muni tickets at the downtown San Francisco stations.
Flooding is expected in highways, streets and underpasses.
NBC Bay Area meteorologist Rob Mayeda said the amounts of rain expected are "going to cause problems."