MARIN, Calif. (KGO) -- The rain has caused several trouble in Marin County and much of the North Bay.
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On Oakland Avenue in San Anselmo mudslides have been hitting the neighborhood over the past few weeks. The largest and latest one occurred Wednesday evening.
Downed trees are also giving Marin County trouble. One blocked both lanes of Novato Boulevard just east of Point Reyes-Petaluma Road, forcing motorists to find alternate routes.
In San Rafael there were more detours. Officers closed Northbound US-101, Lucas Valley/Smith Road off-ramp because of flooding.
Cars were also prohibited from driving through the underpass. Getting to the park and ride lot took longer than usual for commuters who left their cars there.
"I didn't expect flooding in this part," said one resident. " It hasn't happened yet since I've lived here."
The latest round of wet weather has been mild compared to what the Bay Area saw last week, but it's enough to fray people's nerves.
"I'm really tired of it," Scott continued. "My basement's flooded. My house has been flooded. I'm pretty well done."
There's plenty more to come.
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North Bay residents tired of rain, prepare for more
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