SLIDESHOW: Storm slams Bay Area; more expected this week

SLIDESHOW: Storm slams Bay Area; more expected this week

The Indian Summer that has hovered over San Francisco appears to be floating away as the rainy weather that most San Franciscans have come to know so well return.

Bay Area citizens continued on with their day, with umbrella in hand, going about their day, not letting the bi-polar sunny/cloudy day get the best of them.

Even the daily Civic Center farmers market toughed out the elements this morning. Besides, water shouldn't be too damaging to produce, right?

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Civic Center's daily Farmers Market and its customers were not deterred by this mornings rains.

Civic Center's daily Farmers Market and its customers were not deterred by this mornings rains.

SLIDESHOW: Storm slams Bay Area; more expected this week

Civic Center's daily Farmers Market and its customers were not deterred by this mornings rains.

Civic Center's daily Farmers Market and its customers were not deterred by this mornings rains.

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