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A fallen tree in Saratoga, Calif., after several hours of steady rainfall in the Bay Area. (Photo: Randee Deason)
Partly cloudy skies over KTVU's studios in Jack London Square show a hint of sun on Jan. 12, 2017 after several days of rain in the Bay Area. (Photo: Don Thompson)
An avalanche of snow, caused by a storm system that dropped rain and snow on parts of Northern California, sent snow crashing into a home near Alpine Meadows. No injuries were reported. (Photo: Steven Siig)
This home was hit by an avalance at Alpine Meadws on Jan. 10, 2017 after a strong storm dumped rain and snow on Northern California. (Photo: Steven Siig)
Crews work to remove a fallen tree at Cox and Cumberland roads. (Photo: Randee Deason)
Rockslide on Silverado Trail at Pratt Rd. near St. Helena.
Russian River flooding in Guerneville, California.
Bear Creek Rd, Santa Cruz Mountains. Photo: John Gracyalny
The Russian River near Guerneville, California shows the extent of flooding from the storms that soaked the Bay Area on Jan. 8, 2016.
Flooding along the San Anselmo Creek as a storm soaked the Bay Area on Jan. 8, 2016. (Photo: Leigh Martinez)
Aerial footage from the Russian River near Guernville, Calif.
A tree fell down in Orinda and blocked Overhill Road near Glorietta Boulevard. (Photo: Amber Eikel)
Corte Madera Creek
The Pioneer Cabin Tree allowed for people, and previously vehicles, to walk through before it was felled during a strong system that moved through the Bay Area on Jan. 9, 2017. (Photo: Calaveras Big Trees Association and Jim Allday)
Fallen tree damages two cars in San Francisco
The San Rafael Canal's high tide
Photo: Janise Harmon
Tree down in Greenbrae
Photo: Nicholas Leone
Truckee River in Reno
Photo: Ruth Flagg
SF Embracadero: Katrina Pasimio- Garlitos
A storm dropped several inches of rain on the Bay Aea.
A powerful winter storm soaked Northern California, dumping several inches of rain that flooded roadways and felled trees and downed power lines.