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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Here's Your Rainstorm Soundtrack

Posted By on Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 4:24 PM

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In case you hadn't heard, after one of the driest years on record, the Bay Area will be getting some major, much-needed rain starting tomorrow evening and continuing all through Thursday. With it will likely be high-speed winds, some flooding, downed power lines, the whole nine yards.

Obviously the ideal way to spend this time would be in bed, cozied up with a scary movie and copious amounts of hot chocolate and/or spiked hot apple cider. But if you (like we) have to actually go to work and generally continue to be an adult person in the world, the next best thing is to pass the time with some highly storm-specific music.

Lucky for you, we've already done the legwork. Here's an hour and 45 minutes of rainy, stormy tunes. Anything we forgot?

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Emma Silvers

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Emma Silvers is SF Weekly's former Music Editor.

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