FRESNO, California (KFSN) -- Following a day of pounding rain, overnight snow and flood watches, the streets are drying off.
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Roughly one-and-a-half inches of rain fell overnight in Fresno. The city manager says only one crew was needed to handle some minor issues.
There were reports of fallen trees and large branches in the roads, the only damage left behind is one tree on Fruit Avenue. It fell and took a utility pole down with it, forcing a closure between Clinton and Shields avenues.
This morning, a crew was also assigned to clearing storm drains to clear up any flooded streets.
All roads into Yosemite National Park are back open after being closed on Thursday evening amid flooding concerns.
China Peak Ski Resort received about 5 inches of snow at the base and a foot of snow at the summit. However, before it starting snowing, heavy rain damages much of the snow base. The resort remains closed on Friday, but may open on Thursday.