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As a storm that ranked 1 on the Storm Impact Scale moved through the Bay Area, some cities picked up more than a half of an inch of rain. Others, like those in the South Bay, saw no rainfall -- which is very typical for an early season storm.
RAINFALL TODAY— Drew Tuma (@DrewTumaABC7) October 2, 2018
1st storm of the season just couldn't make it to the South Bay,
As is typical the North Bay got a good soaking. pic.twitter.com/59Slp5MdgP
As rain fell during the morning commute, it created problems with slick roads greeting drivers and creating accidents. The rain is also thought to be a factor with a roof collapsing at a furniture store in San Rafael.
Partial roof collapse at the Homegoods store in San Rafael. Officials think it was weather related. No one was hurt. pic.twitter.com/abnu0yieQL— Amy Hollyfield (@amyhollyfield) October 2, 2018
The storm also left behind a lot of moisture in our atmosphere, creating a very humid day. Dew Points, which measure the amount of moisture in the atmosphere, show many cities were above 60, creating uncomfortable conditions outside.
By the end of the week, a cold front will move through the Bay Area, bringing with it drier, more refreshing air.
Humid air sticks around for Wednesday 😓— Drew Tuma (@DrewTumaABC7) October 2, 2018
Add the extra hairspray, hair gel, deodorant to your routine tomorrow 🤦♂️
Thursday night we get RELIEF with drier, refreshing air 🙌 pic.twitter.com/RvaIjmu2QG
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