San Francisco Bay Area Rain, December 2014

Bay Area Rain Totals December 2014

Update: San Francisco Bay Area 48-hour rainfall totals for Marin County, Sonoma County, San Francisco and Napa Valley as of 2:00 am 12/17/14

Fairfax 4.44”, Tiburon 4.07”, San Rafael 3.94”, Mill Valley 3.77”, Novato 3.5”, Woodacre 3.8”, St. Helena 2.69”, Napa 1.75”, San Francisco 1.84”, San Francisco Ocean Beach 2.22”, Petaluma 2.68”, Santa Rosa 1.74”, Oakland 2.07”, Berkeley 1.56” 

Update: San Francisco Bay Area 24-hour rainfall totals for Marin County, Sonoma County, San Francisco and Napa Valley as of 3:51 pm 12/15/14

Fairfax 2.91”, Woodacre 2.77”, San Rafael 2.33”, Tiburon 2.17”, Olema 2.05”, Mill Valley 2.21”, San Francisco 1.37”, Novato 2.17”, San Rafael 2.33”, Santa Rosa 1.26”, Petaluma 1.65”, Napa 1.04”

Update: San Francisco Bay Area 48-hour rainfall totals for Marin County, Sonoma County and SF as of 10:18 am 12/12/14

SF 4.28”, downtown SF 3.79”, Novato 6.8”, Tiburon 3.41”, Mill Valley 4.44”, Lucas Valley 5.77”, San Anselmo 5.65”, Lagunitas Forest Knolls 5.63”, Olema 5.6”, Woodacre 5.58”, Fairfax 5.56”, Ignacio 5.5”, Tomales 5.46”, San Rafael 5.35”, San Rafael 4.48”, Sausalito 4.45”, St. Helena 7.4”, Guerneville 9.4”, Petaluma 8.86”, Healdsburg 8.21”, Cloverdale 7.20”, Santa Rosa 6.92”,  Rohnert Park 5.6”, Oakland 3.7”

Update: San Francisco Bay Area 72-hour rainfall totals for Marin County, Sonoma County and SF as of 1:21 pm 12/3/14

San Anselmo 6.4”, Ignacio 5.83”, Lucas Valley, 5.45”, Novato 5.35”, San Rafael 5.3”, Fairfax 4.25”, Mill Valley 3.6”, Tiburon 3.5”, St. Helena 3.94”, Napa 2.42”, Yountville 2.56”, San Francisco 3.87”, Guerneville 5.2”, Boyes Hot springs 4.57”, Petaluma 4.49”, Glen Ellen 4.13”, Healdsburg 3.68”, Cloverdale 3.18”, Sebastopol 3.18”, Rohnert Park 2.93”, Santa Rosa 2.51”, Ross 4.76”

More rain is on the way. According the National Weather Service the extended forecast shows above normal rainfall for next two weeks. Please prepare for the next storm by ensuring your roof is watertight and properly maintained, free of debris and your roof drains, gutters and dowspouts are cleaned. 

In less than twelve hours this storm drenched San Francisco with 1.4 inches of rain, Marin County with 1.2 inches of rain and Napa with .8 inch of rain. In the storm’s wake are toppled trees in San Rafael and flooded streets in Mill Valley with the next big storm on the way.

Wedge Roofing’s emergency roof repair crews are providing roof leak repair service in Marin County, San Francisco, Sonoma County and Napa. 

(GIF credit National Weather Service) #BayAreaRain