San Francisco streets, intersections experience flooding 

Flooding occurred on multiple city streets Thursday including California and Polk streets, Eddie and Franklin streets, Guerrero and 15th streets, and southbound Highway 101 at Cesar Chavez street, according to 311.

Bay Area-wide urban small stream flood advisories were issued Thursday morning due to continued heavy rainfall, according to the National Weather Service. Flood alerts were called into 311 San Francisco around 9:40 a.m.

The advisories were issued in urban areas throughout the North Bay, extending to San Francisco and the East Bay, Steve Anderson said, National Weather Service forecaster.

Residents should expect flooding in city intersections throughout the rest of the day.



“Motorists should just slow down and just take it easy today,” Anderson said, adding that the rain doesn’t look like it’s going to stop.

High wind advisories were again issued Thursday morning on the Bay, San Mateo and Dumbarton Bridges, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The National Weather Service reported winds between 20-30 mph Thursday.

aterrazas@sfexaminer.com

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