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Bay Area storm: Flood watch, downed tree in North Bay

A series of storms will hit the Bay Area this weekend with the wet weather expected to last through Wednesday.

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for Sunday morning through Wednesday morning for the entire Bay Area.

For all the latest weather details, check the NBC Bay Area weather page.

Here’s a breakdown of the storm-related issues we’re tracking.

Saturday, February 17

Downed Tree in Santa Rosa

The Santa Rosa Fire Department reported Saturday evening that a large tree came down in the 1000 block of Fourth St. They added the incident led to an isolated power outage.

Several San Mateo County parks closed due to winds

Seven San Mateo County parks were closed Saturday due to high winds, the county parks department said.

The parks will be closed until conditions are safe, the department said in a social media post.

The closures came as the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory Saturday for the Bay Area and Central Coast. South winds of 25 mph to 35 mph, with gusts up to 50 mph, were forecast from 10 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Tuesday.

The parks that were closed are:

  • Devil’s Slide Trail
  • Quarry Park
  • Fitzgerald Marine Reserve
  • San Pedro Valley
  • Pillar Point Bluff
  • Mirada Surf
  • Moss Beach Park

–Bay City News

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Source: NBC Bay Area

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