By Tracey Taylor Berkeleyside

Eucalyptus grove on the Nimitz Trail. (Colleen Neff/Berkeleyside)
Eucalyptus grove on the Nimitz Trail. (Colleen Neff/Berkeleyside)

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 Berkeley residents who braved the weather to shoot some great images and video. Many shared their footage with KQED News Associate Berkeleyside.

Rain on Jade flowers. (Colleen Neff/Berkeleyside)
Rain on jade flowers. (Colleen Neff/Berkeleyside)

Codornices Creek  on Feb. 8, 2014, (Jef Poskanzer/Berkeleyside)
Codornices Creek on Feb. 8, 2014, (Jef Poskanzer/Berkeleyside)

Keeping dry in downtown Berkeley wasn't easy this weekend. (Pete Rosos/Berkeleyside)
Keeping dry in downtown Berkeley wasn’t easy this weekend. (Pete Rosos/Berkeleyside)

Pluviophile’s delight. (Gina g10/Berkeleyside)
Pluviophile’s delight. (Gina g10/Berkeleyside)

A gushing Vicente Creek. (Andy Fremder/Berkeleyside)
A gushing Vicente Creek. (Andy Fremder/Berkeleyside)

Codornices Creek in West Berkeley on  tFeb. 8, 2014, (William Newton/Berkeleyside)
Codornices Creek in West Berkeley on Feb. 8, 2014, (William Newton/Berkeleyside)

Swollen creek at Live Oak Park on Feb. 9, 2014 (Steven Fruhwirth/Berkeleyside)
Swollen creek at Live Oak Park on Feb. 9, 2014 (Steven Fruhwirth/Berkeleyside)

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