SLIDESHOW: Stormy weather brings flash flood warning to San Francisco

| November 29, 2012
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- Stable Cafe on Folsom Street remained open for business despite having to put sandbags in front of their enterance.
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The storm that hit the Bay Area this week brought large amounts of rain to San Francisco, forcing businesses and residents alike to prepare for the worst as more wet weather is expected throughout the weekend.

Sandbags have been placed around buildings in response to a flash flood warning that is expected to be in place until Monday.

Click on the photo to see the slideshow.

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- Mike Koozmin/The S.F. Examiner
The storm that hit the Bay Area on Wednesday brought unexpected amounts of rain to San Francisco forcing businesses and residents alike to put sandbags around buildings in response to a flash flood warning. Click on the photo to see the slideshow.
The storm that hit the Bay Area on Wednesday brought unexpected amounts of rain to San Francisco forcing businesses and residents alike to put sandbags around buildings in response to a flash flood warning. Click on the photo to see the slideshow.
- All: Mike Koozmin/The S.F. Examiner
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- A building placed cones and sandbags outside to avoid a possible flash flood from the storm.
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- A man and woman talk outside a Mission District business unscathed by the weather damage around them.

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