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Rain and wind lead to delay in print newspapers

The wind-whipped rain blew through the Bay Area overnight and the Half Moon Bay Review and Pacifica Tribune are feeling it this morning. Both newspapers will be delayed by a day because of a power outage at the East Bay vendor that prints the newspapers.

Both news organizations will continue to publish online at hmbreview.com and pacificatribune.com and post breaking news as it happens. In addition, the e-editions of both newspapers are available now on the respective websites.

There was good news with the morning: So far, at least, the predicted debris flows through the CZU August Lightning Fire scars have not yet materialized. There was a break in the weather, however meteorologists say the rain isn’t done yet.

There were reports of sporadic power outages and downed trees overnight, including one near the intersection of Main Street and Highway 92 in Half Moon Bay.

The National Weather Service says 1.37 inches of rain fell in Half Moon Bay and 1.87 inches in La Honda over the last 24 hours. The flash flood warning was canceled for the region. However, more rain is expected over the next 48 hours.

— Clay Lambert