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Crews were working Friday to reopen blocked roadways, restore power to thousands and repair damage from flooding that forced the evacuation of a Capitola mobile home park.
The month’s most powerful storm slammed the Bay Area on Thursday, flooding roadways, knocking out power to thousands and triggering evacuations due to an overflowing river.
CBS San Francisco–2011/03/24
The Bay Area was readying for yet another round of storms, with rain and strong winds.
More than 30,000 people throughout the Bay Area lost power early Sunday morning because of the stormy weather, a utility spokesman said.
A tsunami rushed onto Northern California’s coast Friday, destroying boat docks in Santa Cruz and Crescent City, and sending beach-area residents in Pacifica evacuating to higher ground. It also swept at least one man out to sea.
Rain is expected to cover the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday.
Record low temperatures combined with light rain to bring a dusting of snow around the Bay Area Friday night and early Saturday morning, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
Snow fell on San Francisco’s Twin Peaks and Merced Heights neighborhoods early Saturday morning, according to a National Weather Service forecaster.
While there may not be a snow day in downtown San Francisco, residents in the city’s highest elevations could catch glimpses of snowflakes.