After a weekend deluge that saw San Francisco taking on 5.46 inches of rainfall in one day — just short of an all-time record and the most rain that’s ever fallen on New Year’s Eve — the Bay Area was left saturated. Flooding remained in lower lying areas across the region as Sunday dawned clear, with afternoon temperatures running a few degrees warmer than average. But therespite is expected to be short-lived.
Another round of wet weather is on tap this week, albeit less intense initially than what walloped the area over the weekend.
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