With the heaviest rainfall having passed through of the Bay Area, weather forecasters downgraded predictions of flooding on the Napa River.
A third big storm arriving Saturday evening was to bring more heavy rain to the Bay Area through Sunday.
A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend.
Stormy weather on Friday has forced city leaders in Los Gatos to delay the popular Christmas tree lighting for one week.
The second in a series of storms was hitting the Bay Area and Northern California, with heavy rain and wind knocking out power and causing localized flooding.
Bay Area storm-related power outages affected nearly 16,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers overnight and into Friday morning, according to the utility.
Stormy weather Friday morning is affecting travel plans in and out of the Bay Area, according to airport officials.
A Pacific Gas & Electric employee has died after his truck crashed into a traffic signal pole as he was driving during stormy weather.
Rain was expected to pound the Bay Area throughout the weekend, and Wednesday morning’s weather is representative of how the rest of the day will be.
Following is a partial list of sandbag locations in the Bay Area: