Above Normal Temperatures Continue Across The Bay AreaA high pressure system has brought unseasonably warm weather to the Bay Area. Normal temperatures would be in the 50s and low 60s.
Strong Wind Damages Super Bowl City, Downs TreesStrong winds ripped through the Bay Area Sunday night and damaged Super Bowl City in San Francisco's Justin Herman Plaza.
Hail Caught On Video Falling On Bay Area NeighborhoodsHail fell on parts of the Bay Area from Napa in the north to Pleasanton in the south Sunday.
3-Inch Hail Falls In Northern California, Matching RecordThree inch hail balls that fell on Northern California matched a record as the largest to hit anywhere in the state.
Caught On Video: Funnel Cloud In Tehama County?Someone in the town of Corning captured what appears to be a funnel cloud on video.
Pouding Surf Destroys Section Of Seawall In PacificaA large section of a seawall in a Pacifica neighborhood was destroyed early Sunday morning by the pounding surf.
2 Drenching Storms To Bring Heavy Rain, Surf To Bay Area Sunday, MondayThe first of two storms set to soak the San Francisco Bay Area will bring a high tide that could flood some coastal areas and dump snow in the Sierra Nevada.
High Surf Warning Through Sunday Issued For Bay Area BeachesThe National Weather Service has issued a high surf warning for coastal areas of San Francisco.
Video: Dramatic View Of Major Storms In 2015 Captured By NASA SatelliteA dramatic video released by NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission takes a look back at 2015 -- a year of storms.
Latest Storm Causes Flight Cancellations, Outages, FloodingHeavy precipitation across the Bay Area Wednesday morning is causing flooding, power outages and flight cancellations and the rain is expected to continue throughout the day.
Bay Area Braces For Week's Biggest StormA flash flood watch has been posted for the entire Bay Area through early Wednesday afternoon as the region braces for the biggest of this week’s storm systems.
Where To Get Free Sandbags Around Bay AreaThe onslaught of El Niño rains has Bay Area residents scrambling to get sandbags to avert possible flooding. Several free sandbag locations have been set up to meet the increased demand.