(CBSNEWS) — Residents of Northern California were hunkering down early Sunday as a powerful storm drenched the area with yet another round of pounding rain and strong winds.
The latest storm system moved into the region Saturday night and was expected to force several Northern California rivers over their banks.
The Napa River, north of San Francisco, a river with a history of flooding, was expected to top its banks some time Sunday afternoon.
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The Russian River, another river that frequently floods was expected to flood near the Sonoma County community of Guerneville Monday morning.