Bay Area storm: Video captures flooding, strong winds and torrential downpours

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The strongest Bay Area storm of the season caused flooding, power outages, mudslides and more late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

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The video in the player above shows what it looked like across the region.

We'll be streaming "Tracking the Storm: California Team Coverage," a special report on the strong storm moving across the state, at noon. You can watch here or on your preferred streaming app. If you have Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV or Roku, you can download the ABC7 News streaming app here.

More than 36,000 Bay Area PG&E customers lost power overnight.

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In San Jose, the southbound I-680 to southbound Hwy 101 connector ramp was closed after a big rig crash.

In San Francisco, the downpour caused issues for the morning commute and there was a crash on the Bay Bridge. Southbound lanes of I-80 flooded and cars had to make their way through at least a few inches of water that piled up.

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