Roughly four inches of rain during the storm brought the Nicasio Reservoir to capacity.    David Briggs

The winter storm that peaked last Wednesday night felled trees and power lines, closing roads and causing freak accidents countywide. It also brought seasonal state rainfall up to average levels: although its employees are working without pay due to the shutdown, the National Weather Service reported that rainfall was at 65 to 75 percent of normal levels at the . . .

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