Update at 3:15pm: It's bad in Sacramento with over 1 inch of rain reported, but it's even worse in the San Francisco Bay Area with more than 3 inches of rain. There are reports that Interstate 80 at American Canyon Road is flooded.

Update at 3:00pm: The Sunrise Avenue area of Citrus Heights lost power around 2:20pm, according to @610drew on Twitter. Additionally, road flooding has been reported on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in South Sacramento just beyond the Highway 99 offramp.

Update at 2:40pm: More than 25,000 SMUD customers in Sacramento are without power. The largest affected area is the Arden-Howe area. More than 100 areas are without power.

Update at 2:00pm: Traffic signals in Sacramento on Sunrise Boulevard and Folsom Boulevard are malfunctioning. Traffic is backing up, expect delays.

Update at 1:40pm: Kim Leal sent us this photo of a tree down in the Peet's Coffee parking lot west of Highway 99 on Laguna Boulevard in Elk Grove. Photo was captured by her mom, Carol:

Update at 1:25pm: PG&E is offering compensation to customers who lose power for at least 48 hours due to the storm. Customers could be eligible for up to $100 in compensation, paid about 60 days from the outage. Call PG&E's outage hotline at 1-888-PGE-4PGE or click here for more information. (Thanks @scannerboy02 for the info)

Update at 1:15pm: Two adults and a baby have been rescued from an apartment complex in Antioch after waist-deep flooding slammed a residential neighborhood on O Street. FOX40 News first told you about the flooding at 11am. Antioch authorities are urging anyone in that particular area to leave. Read more from KCBS-AM.

Update at 1:07pm: FOX40 News is en route to the scene of a fallen 50-foot tree in Modesto. Hearing reports the tree has wiped out an entire carport. Here is a photo of the tree sent to us from a FOX40 viewer:

Update at 1:05pm: The heaviest downpours are being reported in Fairfield, Vacaville, Woodland and Davis according to FOX40's Titan Radar. The heaviest downpours are moving northeast. Titan Radar is reporting over 2 inches of ran in Vacaville, more than 1 inch of rain in Woodland.

Update at 1:00pm: PG&E is reporting 22,000 Solano County customers, 12,000 Sierra Region customers, 3,400 Colusa County customers, 3,600 Davis customers, 1,000 Dixon customers, 3,300 Fairfield customers, 2,100 Rio Vista customers, 2,600 Vacaville customers, 2,200 Woodland customers, 3,500 Placerville customers and 2,400 Yuba City customers are without power due to the storm. A defective signal light has been reported at Fair Oaks Boulevard and Sunrise Boulevard in Sacramento.

Update at 12:50pm: There are reports that a tree has fallen in the parking lot of the Woodland Daily Democrat.

Update at 12:35pm: The Sacramento Zoo has been closed due to the storm. Utility crews from PG&E are on standby in Stockton to deal with widespread power outages. In Modesto, there have been as many as 30 reports of downed trees.

Update at 12:25pm: FOX40.com will be streaming various weather shots throughout the day. Click here for FOX40.com's Live Channel. In addition, FOX40 (Cable 8) will be interrupting programming throughout the day with up-to-the-minute weather information.

Update at 12:20pm: SIG Alert issued following accident near Reed Avenue exit on eastbound Interstate 80, all lanes blocked. Delays expected, no information on when accident will be cleared.

Update at 12:15pm: A power line has fallen on a backyard fence at La Sierra and Los Molinos in North Sacramento, sparking a backyard fire. FOX40 News has a crew en route.

Update at 12:05pm: A fatal three-vehicle accident has just been cleared at Devil's Slide in the Bay Area. A 75-year-old woman was reportedly speeding when she accidentally crossed over the center divide, slamming head-on into another vehicle. Speed, mixed with the rainy and windy weather, is blamed for the accident. Just another reason why it pays to slow down during bad weather. Read more at KCBS-AM's website.

Update at 12:00pm: Traffic is backed up in both directions on Highway 101 in Santa Rosa, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports. Officers with the California Highway Patrol are stationed throughout various areas of Highway 101 to determine when lanes should be closed on portions of the freeway. Read more information from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Update at 11:57am: Nobody else in town has a better weather computer system than FOX40 News. Have a look at our radar throughout the day here and on the Weather page: