As the rain comes down, creek levels across the Sacramento level are nearing flood stage, according to The Sacramento Department of Water Resources.
The areas listed at highest risk, Saturday morning:
Arcade Creek Stream Group: Cripple Creek at Sunrise Blvd, Twin Oaks Avenue and Sunrise Blvd south of Tall River Drive.
Consumnes River/North Delta: Deer Creek upstream of Scott Road, Deer Creek at Scott Rd. Crossing,
Dry Creek Stream Group: Dry Creek West Branch: West Branch at Elkhorn Blvd. Dry Creek Overflow, bypass channel at Elkhorn Blvd, Dry Creek East Branch, main branch at Elkhorn Blvd.
Morrison Creek Stream Group: Florin Creek at the Stockton Blvd. Bridge north of Orange Avenue, Laguna Creek at Eagles Nest Road south of Jackson Highway.
Click here for a full list of creek levels, updated every 15-minutes by the Sacramento Department of Water Resources.
Further, thanks to the flood warnings, numerous state parks have been closed:
Mendocino: MacKerricher State Park, Russian Gulch State park, Van Damme State Park, Paul M. Dimmick Campground and Navarro Beach in Navarro River Redwoods State Park
Monterey County: Point Lobos Nature Reserve
Santa Cruz Cunty: Big Basin Redwoods Campground and New Brighton State Beach
Sonoma County: Goat Rock State Beach, Gerstle Cove at Salt Point State Beach
Placer County: Granite Bay area of Folsom Lake State Rec. Area
Marin County: Mount Tamalpais State Park @ Pan Toll Road, Samual P Taylor Park.