SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - At least 65 trees fell throughout San Francisco on Thursday, as the storm wreaked havoc throughout The City and beyond, the Department of Public Works said.
Crews were busy restoring power in Forest Knolls where trees fell, and nearby at some University of California at San Francisco housing units, where trees also fell.
The Great Highway remined closed becaues of flooding.
Rivers rose high in places such as Guerneville and Napa, too, where North Bay regions saw between four to eight inches of rain in the last two days.
The wet weather is expected to continue Thursday night and into Friday.
Crews working to restore power and remove tree that fell in Forest Knolls district in SF pic.twitter.com/WHz97SXSKP— Christien Kafton (@CKaftonKTVU) February 14, 2019
Crews on scene at UCSF housing clearing 2 trees that came down early this morning pic.twitter.com/njp25tvBSD— Christien Kafton (@CKaftonKTVU) February 14, 2019