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The Bay Area is experiencing heavy rainfall and flooding due to an atmospheric river storm.

The storm has caused flooding in several places and is expected to continue through the weekend.

Meteorologist Vianey Arana reports that the storm has reached its peak and is now moving inland towards central and southern California.

The storm is expected to bring a mix of rain and snow and is likely to impact areas such as the Grapevine and Frazier Park stretch.

High winds were also reported in several areas over the past 48 hours, with gusts reaching up to 70 miles per hour in some places.

Flood warnings and advisories are in effect for several areas, including Monterey and Sacramento.

The flood warnings in Monterey are expected to remain in place until Tuesday, while flood watches and advisories for Alameda, Contra Costa, and San Francisco are expected to continue through Sunday.

The storm is expected to ease off by Saturday afternoon, but scattered showers are expected to continue through the weekend.

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