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Eucalyptus grove on the Nimitz Trail. Photo: Colleen Neff

It rained on and off — but mostly on — all weekend and, according to the forecast, that is all we are likely to get, at least for a little while.

The precipitation prompted Berkeleysiders who braved the weather to shoot some great images and video.

Thank you for sharing them with us.

Rain on Jade flowers. Photo: Colleen Neff
Codornices Creek. Photo, taken on Feb. 8, 2014, by Jef Poskanzer
Backyard on Cedar Street. Photo: Heather Fong
Keep that suit dry. Photo, taken on Feb. 8, 2014, by Pete Rosos
Pluviophile’s delight. Photo, taken on Feb. 9, 2014., by Gina g10
Berkeley dogs in the rain at Point Isabel. Photo: Peggy Scott
A gushing Vicente Creek. Photo: Andy Fremder
Swollen creek at Live Oak Park. Photo, taken on Feb. 9, 2014, by Steven Fruhwirth
Codornices Creek. Photo, taken on Feb. 8, 2014, by William Newton
Photo, taken on a rainy dog walk, by Rachel Anderson

We’ve saved the most dramatic for last: the transformation of Wildcat Gorge in Tilden Park into a veritable Niagara Falls. Marina Bearman shared the following video with us:

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