• Sunday was the fourth wettest day in recorded San Francisco meteorological history. The National Weather Service said that with 4.02 inches tallied in the city, there have been only three wetter days since the Gold Rush. [KRON4]
  • F-Market streetcars will switch back at the Ferry Building today due to flooding along the Embarcadero. [SFMTA/Twitter]
  • Equipment problems were causing delays on multiple BART lines that come through San Francisco early Monday. [East Bay Times]
  • The Napa River rose to over 16 feet on Sunday, and it is expected to crest at 16.7 feet on Wednesday — with 18 feet considered flood stage. [NWSBayArea/Twitter]
  • Flooding in the Bennett Valley area of Santa Rosa led to evacuations and school closures. [CBS SF]
  • Sausalito declared a state of emergency Sunday night due to storm damage and displaced residents — and a homeless encampment at Marinship Park needed to be given shelter elsewhere in the county. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Flood impacts continue across Marin County, in Marin City, San Anselmo, San Rafael, and Mill Valley. [Marin Independent Journal]
  • The 49ers lost badly against the Colts in the pouring rain, and Jimmy Garoppolo was "stoic" about it. [East Bay Times]
  • Russia has reportedly renewed its cyber-attack campaign against U.S. interests, despite sanctions by Biden. [New York Times]

Top image: Workers try to divert water into drains as rain pours down on October 24, 2021 in Marin City, California. A Category 5 atmospheric river is bringing heavy precipitation, high winds and power outages to the San Francisco Bay Area. The storm is expected to bring anywhere between 2 to 5 inches of rain to many parts of the area. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)