Mountainous parts of Sonoma County received the most rain so far with 4.76 inches since midnight.
Rain will return to the San Francisco Bay Area Friday, beginning along the coast after sunrise before heading inland.
The persistence of "king tides" has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a coastal flood advisory.
Confidence has increased that a storm front set to arrive late Tuesday or early Wednesday will bring much-needed relief to parched Northern California.
Rain forecast for Monday night and Tuesday in the Bay Area could be lighter than previously expected.
In recent weeks, California has experienced unusually heavy rainfall. California is also earthquake-prone, hosting the great San Andreas fault zone.
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Failing bluffs along the Pacifica shoreline have led city officials to declare a third apartment building uninhabitable.