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(KGO-TV) KGO Friday, January 06, 2017 11:33PM SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- The Santa Cruz Mountains are already saturated and vulnerable due to extensive storm damage and are expected to get the most rain during the weekend storm. STORMWATCH: What is an Atmospheric River? Covered bridge Equestrian Center sits right on the banks of the San Lorenzo River in Felton. The owners opted to move all 70 horses to higher ground. "Seemed like there was so much uncertainty that it was worth waiting around to find out," said Patrick Boole. With just hours to go before the rain starts falling, Cynthia Ritenour was hoping to fill 20 sandbags to protect her Santa Cruz home. "Ten years ago when it rained our whole house almost got flooded," She said. "It just came down the hill, just slowly crept up and was almost up to my knees, so wee're not going to do that again this year." STORMWATCH: Sandbag locations in the Bay Area The City of Santa Cruz is providing free bags and sand, encouraging residents to be prepared. "Have plenty of food and water, essential medicines on hand," said city official Janice Bisgaard.

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REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch BERLIN Germany's insistence on austerity in the euro zone has left Europe more divided than ever and a break-up of the European Union is no longer inconceivable, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel told Der Spiegel magazine. Gabriel, whose Social Democrats (SPD) are junior partner to Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in her ruling grand coalition, said strenuous efforts by countries like France and Italy to reduce their fiscal deficits came with political risks. "I once asked the chancellor, what would be more costly for Germany: for France to be allowed to have half a percentage point more deficit, or for Marine Le Pen to become president?" he said, referring to the leader of the far-right National Front. "Until today, she still owes me an answer," added Gabriel, whose SPD favors a greater focus on investment while Merkel's conservatives put more emphasis on fiscal discipline as a foundation for economic prosperity. The SPD is expected to choose Gabriel, their long-standing chairman who is also economy minister, to run against Merkel for chancellor in September's federal election, senior party sources said on Thursday. Asked if he really believed he could win more votes by transferring more German money to other EU countries, Gabriel replied: "I know that this discussion is extremely unpopular." "But I also know about the state of the EU. It is no longer unthinkable that it breaks apart," he said in the interview, published on Saturday. "Should that happen, our children and grandchildren would curse us," he added. "Because Germany is the biggest beneficiary of the European community - economically and politically." (Writing by Paul Carrel; Editing by Stephen Powell) Next In World News