Super Bowl Sunday was a bit damp across the Bay Area.
Widespread rain doused the North Bay beginning around 4 p.m. before blanketing the entire Bay Area with moderate to heavy downpours. The rain was expected to continue overnight Monday.
Along with the rain, blustery conditions also tormented trees and power lines. Wind gusts across the Bay Area were expected to top out between 20 to 40 mph.
The latest winter weather system will linger until early Monday before spotty showers take over, according to forecasters.
Sunday's storm was the first of three that will soak the Bay Area this week. A second round of rain is on tap for Tuesday, followed by another storm slated to arrive by Thursday.
Dry weather is expected to return by the weekend.