Updated 11:58 a.m. Friday: The second in a series of storms hitting the Bay Area this week arrived with a vengeance in the Tri-Valley Friday morning, causing power outages, street flooding and accidents on Interstate Highway 580.
We'll update this story throughout the day with information on the latest developments in the greater Tri-Valley region.
A wind advisory is in effect until 11 a.m. and a flash flood watch is in effect through Monday morning in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Highs are expected to be in the lower 60s, with southern winds reaching up to 30 mph. Gusts are expected to be up to 45 mph this morning. Rain is likely to continue this evening, with lows in the upper 50s. Winds from the south are expected to reach up to 15 mph. Rain is expected Saturday. Highs are expected to be in the mid 60s, with winds from the south reaching up to 20 mph.
—Bay City News Service
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A mudslide has shut down state Highway 84 just east of Fremont
this morning, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
Alameda County Public Works Agency has closed one westbound (shoulder) lane on Stanley Boulevard (runs between Pleasanton and Livermore), east of the CEMEX plant, due to flooding. Crews are on site working and expect to have all lanes open by 6 p.m. Friday.
Where to pick up sand bags:
- City of Livermore Service Center, 3500 Robertson Park Road.
- Fire Station #6 4550 East Avenue
- Fire Station #8 5750 Scenic Avenue
Bring shovels. You may need to fill your own bags if prefilled sandbag supply is depleted. Livermore residents only. Available 24/7. For additional information, contact 925-960-8020.
- Public Works Agency, 4825 Gleason Drive
Sandbags available 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bring ID for proof of residency. Maximum four bags per household. For more information 510-670-5500
- Operations Center, 3333 Busch Road
Pre-filled sandbags available 24/7 in the parking lot. Pleasanton residents only. For additional information, contact 925-931-5500.
Alameda County Residents
- Sandbags for residents are available at a variety of key locations throughout Alameda County. For a complete list, please visit the Public Works Agency website at www.acgov.org/pwa .
- San Ramon residents have three sites available to them for sandbag pickups. Visit San Ramon Patch for further details.
- Danville residents can pick up sandbags at the Town Service Center.
Power Outages throughout the region are often listed on PG&E's Power Outage Map featured on pge.com. To go directly to the map, click here.
PG&E urges customers to report power outages by calling 800-743-5002. Any downed power lines should be reported by calling 9-1-1.
- Power Outages in Tri-Valley
For regional coverage of the storm in the East Bay click here.
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- Officials in San Ramon are monitoring creek water levels.
- Power outage impacting 130 Danville residents.
- San Ramon's "Holidays on the Farm" event moving forward despite rain.
- A golden retriever has been lost in the rain. Danville Patch has details.
- Pleasanton resident faced major flooding at home Friday morning.
- How to prepare your home for heavy rain.
- A sig-alert was issued Friday morning after an overturned truck blocked lanes on I-580 in Livermore
- A Friday-morning collision overturned a big rig on I-580 at I-680 in Pleasanton and spilled oil.
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