Local soils

If I’d had more time, I would’ve walked the greenway a bit further than the stretch near Chattleton Lane to see how the creek has handled this week’s rains. The forecast says heavier totals are inbound tomorrow and Saturday, after local soils’ saturation levels boost flood risks.

A rock-dense bed covered with six inches to a foot of rain runoff water at the bottom of Wildcat Creek stretches about four to six feet across from its far side leaf strewn soil exposed bank to its near side lush green growth heavy bank around midday Thursday, December 29, 2022 near Chattleton Lane in San Pablo, California.

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