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New evacuation order issued due to strong winds and heavy rain

latest round of mighty storm gauntlets A new evacuation order was issued for the Bay Area arriving early Monday morning as flooding risk peaked and gusts of wind reaching more than 40 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.

Strong wind warnings were in effect throughout the night for the entire Bay Area and were expected to end at 10am. Wind gusts of up to 44 mph in Oakland and 38 mph in San Francisco pose a threat of damage in the form of fallen trees and branches. According to the frequently updated Pacific Gas and Electric Company, blackout mapthousands of customers powerless Late Sunday night and early Monday morning.

Heavy to moderate rainfall was forecast for the region throughout the day, though the hazard from high winds was expected to subside after Monday morning. Forecasts called for 0.5 inch to 3/4 inch of rain in San Jose and San Francisco on Monday, and as much as an inch in Walnut Creek.

Flooding is more likely near several rivers and streams in the Bay Area, as previous storms have saturated the soil.so Monday morning breaking newsNWS are flooded at Alameda Creek near Niles, Arroyo de la Laguna in Verona, Guadalupe River over Highway 101 in San Jose, Coyote Creek over Highway 237 in Milpitas and Edenvale, Pacheco Creek near Dunneville, and San Lorenzo River. I warned you of the danger.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2023/01/09/high-winds-and-heavy-rains-return-as-new-bay-area-storm-touches-down/ New evacuation order issued due to strong winds and heavy rain

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