SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The California drought has affected the strength of trees and some limbs have fallen in San Francisco's Panhandle neighborhood.
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The weather on the way is prompting warnings for people in San Francisco, specifically in the Panhandle and Golden State Park area.
Many trees are weak from the drought, so they're at risk of dropping large limbs. A Monterey Cypress dropped a 20-foot branch along the Southern Panhandle path at Cole Street. It was moved out of the way.
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Falling limbs in San Francisco causes concern over weak trees due to drought