Santa Cruz Mountains get highest rainfall totals in Bay Area

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In the South Bay, it may not have seemed like there was much rain, but parts of Santa Cruz County actually received the most rain in all of the Bay Area. (KGO-TV)

In the South Bay, it may not have seemed like there was much rain, but parts of Santa Cruz County actually received the most rain in all of the Bay Area.

As far as a rain totals, the Santa Cruz Mountains above Ben Lomond got more than three inches.

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Highway 17 Friday night was wet and potentially slick. Signage asked drivers to slow down heading into the mountains.

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An area of high concern is the Loma Fire burn area. A watershed emergency response team has been checking out canyons and streams to figure out where flooding and mudslides could occur. They're inspecting by air and on foot.

The wind in the Santa Cruz mountains Friday was 20 mph and on Saturday gusts of 40 mph area expected.

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