It wasn’t an atmospheric river and it didn’t come down like recent deluges, but the latest storm to hit Sonoma County put the region closer to some of its wettest rain years by the end of Tuesday.
It also caused a fair share of havoc, with saturated ground and gusty winds contributing to downed trees and rock slides across the region.
Helena Zappelli had what may have been the closest call.
A large cypress toppled 10 feet from her Humboldt Street home in Santa Rosa’s Junior College neighborhood and crushed her Kia Soul.
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