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Rain Tapers off as Bay Area Braces for Two More Storms

Published Sunday February 19

Wet weather lingered on Sat with parts of the Bay Area experiencing scattered rain, mild temperatures and strong winds.

The Anderson Reservoir reached over 101 percent of its maximum capacity and spilled over for the 1st time in eleven years. But in Oroville, a few days after a damaged spillway led to the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people, the dam dropped to 82 percent of its total capacity.

A high surf advisory was also in place till twelve in the afternoon along the San Francisco and Peninsula coast. Waves of between twelve and fifteen ft. were expected, with breakers reaching seventeen feet. Beachgoers were warned to pay attention to rip currents, beach erosion and big shore breaks.

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