Mother nature was busy trimming trees last night with heavy winds and rain. At around 7 p.m., not an hour after BART was dealing with storm-felled tree problems — two trains collided with a tree limb near Balboa Park — Muni was having its own struggles. A fallen tree near 19th Street on the edge of Dolores Park blocked the path of the J-Church train, but a collision with the tree was reportedly avoided.

The San Francisco Fire Department also issued a warning for the area, noting the downed tree.

According to one transit rider, those onboard the J disembarked at the scene, climbing the stairs up to the footbridge and the park (at what was once the 19th Street stop).

While this service interruption was particularly well documented, it's just one of many from last night, and Reddit this morning is littered with shots of fallen trees around the city.

Meanwhile, the aftermath in the region was serious generally, with San Anselmo evacuated, multiple landslides, and Guerneville still hopelessly flooded

Related: Update: BART Service Outage Between 24th St. And Colma After Two Trains Hit Tree Limb