For the first time in more than two weeks, rain fell overnight in the Bay Area. But the amount of precipitation recorded was minimal, and with no rain in the forecast through Sunday, December remains on track to be one of the driest in the Bay Area on record. Rain totals were generally less than one-tenth of an inch, with as much as .25 in some North Bay locations, according to the weather service. Rainfall reports through 4 a.m. include Boulder Creek in the Santa Cruz Mountains .24 inches, San Francisco .13 inches, San Carlos .10, Oakland .07, Danville .09 and San Jose .03.
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