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Bay Area: Road closures, flooding reported as ‘intense’ rain, winds batter region

Published Tuesday February 21

Swollen creeks and rivers Mon overflowed as an intense storm drenched the Bay Area and the central coast, forcing evacuations on the Monterey Peninsula, stranding homeless people near Coyote Creek, inundating a San Jose mobile home park and closing Niles Canyon Road in Fremont.

With California’s historic drought already headed for the history book, San Jose and San Francisco got enough rain to join the list of cities that so far this season have exceeded their normal seasonal totals. Oakland, Concord, Redwood City and Santa Cruz had already hit that mark.

“We did all of this before we needed to,” remarked Riegel, “so we wouldn’t have had to in a hurry.”

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