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PIX NowMonday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 newsroomClearing skies by Tuesday
Storm Watch: Record setting rainfall in San Francisco from Atmospheric River StormRain fall totals from nearly 5 inches in Santa Rosa to a little over 2 inches in San Jose
Storm Watch: Vehicles stranded on flooded Millbrae Ave near the BART StationAmong the flooded roadways Monday morning was Millbrae Ave near the BART Station
Storm Watch: Potent storm leaves I-880 flooded, shutting down morning commuteI-880 from Thornton Ave to Mowry Avenue was closed in both directions due to flooding early Monday.
Storm Watch: Drone video of flooded lanes on I-800More than 24 hours of rainfall from a potent atmospheric river, spun to life by a bomb cyclone off the Northwest coast, left lanes of I-800 under several feet of water early Monday.
Heavy Rains Cause Widespread Flooding in Marin and Sonoma CountiesDa Lin reports on widespread flooding and near misses from atmospheric river downpour Sunday (10-24-2021)
Atmospheric River Dumps Record Rainfall Across Bay AreaTeam coverage of the historic storm powered by atmospheric river dumping heavy rain across the region (10-24-2021)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-24-21)
Sunday Evening Storm Watch ForecastKPIX meteorologists Paul Heggen and Darren Peck review the historic atmospheric river storm that walloped the Bay Area on Sunday. (10-24-21)
Storm Topples Trees, Drenches Highways in Contra Costa CountyKPIX 5's John Ramos spent Sunday touring Contra Costa County and found at least one intrepid group of athletes who wouldn't let the wild weather spoil their fun. (10-24-21)
Flooded Roads, Mudslides, Rising River Make North Bay Travel TreacherousFrom bad crashes to mudslides and flash flooded roads, the monster rainstorm made North Bay driving very dangerous Sunday. Da Lin reports from Guerneville. (10-24-21)
Fearing Burn Scar Mudslides, Emergency Crews Gather in Santa Cruz MountainsKPIX 5's Max Darrow reports from Felton as crews are gearing up to respond to debris flows in the CZU Complex burn zone. (10-24-21)
Streets Flood in San Rafael as Wild Storm Lashes Bay AreaThe pounding rain Sunday flooded downtown San Rafael, stranding cars and making some streets unsafe to drive down. Kenny Choi reports. (10-24-21)
Storm Sends Trees Crashing Down Across San FranciscoThe heavy precipitation and increased winds slamming into San Francisco Sunday toppled trees around the city. Devin Fehely reports. (10-24-21)
Atmospheric River Storm Pummels Northern California With Historic RainfallA roundup of storm impact footage from around the Bay Area as the atmospheric river storm blasted through the region Sunday afternoon. (10-24-21)
Raw Video: Flooding Forces Evacuations in Santa Rosa Bennett ValleyResidents of 95 homes and a four-unit apartment building in Santa Rosa's Bennett Valley neighborhood were evacuated Sunday afternoon due to flooding, city officials said.
Storm Watch: Flooding, toppled trees, scaffolding collapse in San FranciscoFlooding, toppled trees, scaffolding collapse in San Francisco
Storm Watch: Howling Gale Force Winds Feed Eerie Golden Gate Bridge WhistleHowling winds Sunday makes Golden Gate Bridge Sing
ATMOSPHERIC RIVER: Raw video of damage in North Bay as storm rips through the Bay AreaRaw video of damage in North Bay as storm rips through the Bay Area
PIX NowSunday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
Storm Watch Forecast: The latest storm forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamA cyclone developing off the Northwest coast slammed a potent atmospheric river into the Bay Area early Sunday, dumping more than 3 inches of rain on Mt. Tamalpais, nearly 2 inches in San Francisco during its first hours.
STORM WATCH: Defiant Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Say They Ignore Evacuation OrderAuthorities have issued an evacuation order for hundreds of homes in and around the CZU Lightning Complex Fire burn scar area, but many residents said they are staying in their homes.
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-23-21)

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