A pedestrian walks in the rain at Alamo Square Park in San Francisco, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016. The latest El Nino storm hit at the height of the San Francisco commute, causing car crashes, toppling trees and flooding streets and streams around most of the region. The California Highway Patrol estimated there were nearly two dozen weather-related crashes on Wednesday during the morning drive.
A pedestrian walks in the rain at Alamo Square Park in San Francisco, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016. The latest El Nino storm hit at the height of the San Francisco commute, causing car crashes, toppling trees and flooding streets and streams around most of the region. The California Highway Patrol estimated there were nearly two dozen weather-related crashes on Wednesday during the morning drive. Jeff Chiu AP
A pedestrian walks in the rain at Alamo Square Park in San Francisco, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016. The latest El Nino storm hit at the height of the San Francisco commute, causing car crashes, toppling trees and flooding streets and streams around most of the region. The California Highway Patrol estimated there were nearly two dozen weather-related crashes on Wednesday during the morning drive. Jeff Chiu AP

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