From the Bay Area to the Central Valley and up to the Sierra Nevada, heavy rain and flooding has been impacting California communities.

Here are images and videos that show how recent storms and flooding have affected Northern California.

Valley Springs

Calaveras County

Highway 50


Sacramento County


Amador County

Pleasant Hill

Scott Mathers helps his mother, Patsy Costello, 88, after being trapped in her vehicle for over an hour on Astrid Drive in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022. Costello drove her car on the flooded street thinking she could make it when it stalled in the two feet of water. After two hours the water had receded about a foot making it easier to rescue her. Police were called but stood by and watched after calling in a tow truck to help pull the car out of the water. Nurse Katie Leonard, of Pleasant Hill, lives down the block used her kayak to bring Costello hot tea, blankets, food and a phone to call a friend. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group via AP)

State Route 299

These photos released by Micah Crockett, District 2 Weaverville Maintenance Supervisor, show a rock slide on State Route 299, in Trinity County, between Burnt Ranch and Hawkins Bar in Burnt Ranch, Calif., on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022. Landslides of rock and mud closed roadways across California as heavy rains kicked off what will be a series of storms poised to usher in the new year, likely bringing downpours and flooding. An atmospheric river storm began sweeping across the northern part of the state Friday and was expected to bring more rain through Saturday. (Micah Crockett/Caltrans District 2 via AP)

The Associated Press contributed to this report.