Updated 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3
The Bay Area's first storm of the season -- the first real storm -- rolled across the region overnight, bringing a healthy soaking to hills and valleys alike.
According to National Weather Service reports, some of the rainiest locales as of 8 a.m. Monday included Mount Diablo, with 1.19 inches since the storm's onset late Sunday; a reporting station on Vollmer Peak in the Berkeley Hills, which recorded 1.12 inches; Livermore, which got 1.08 inches; and Redwood City, with .96. (See the complete NWS list of Bay Area rainfall totals for the storm.)
Most other locales around the region had totals ranging from about a quarter to three-quarters of an inch by 8 a.m. Downtown San Jose recorded .83, San Francisco International Airport .41 and Oakland International Airport .34.
PG&E reported that the storm had knocked out power to 2,730 customers as of 8 a.m. The wet weather was also causing delays of 45 minutes for arriving flights.