Snow That Stalled Sierra Traffic Could Return Saturday AfternoonBy Friday night, about 13 inches of snow had fallen at Kingvale and forecasters said more snow may arrive Saturday afternoon.
Late Season Storm May Impact Travel To SierraFriday's system could impact travel through Donner and Carson passes and near Lassen National Park. Snow should taper off by late evening.
Lake Tahoe Brimming With Water For First Time In MonthsFor the first time in almost a year, Lake Tahoe is over its natural rim.
National Weather Service Stops SCREAMING IN ALL CAPSIn the age of social media writing in all caps is considered yelling, so next month federal meteorologists are lowering their voices and their letters -- except in dire emergencies.
Flash Flood Warning Issued For Alameda, Sonoma, Napa, Santa Cruz CountiesThe National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Alameda, Sonoma, Napa, Santa Cruz and other counties in Northern California.
Lake Tahoe Level Rises But Mild Weather Puts Brakes On Sierra SnowpackLake Tahoe has risen to within about 9 inches of its natural rim, but that's still far short of the average this time of year.
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.
Freeze Warning, Black Ice, Cold Overnight TemperaturesThe National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for parts of the Bay Area. Overnight and early morning temperatures will range from the mid-20s to the lower 30s.
Icy, Winter Storm Could Shut Down I-5 Grapevine Christmas EveThe NWS warns a winter storm could wreak havoc on holiday travelers by shutting down the main artery connecting Northern and Southern California on Christmas Eve.
Bay Area 2015 Rainfall Lags Previous El Niño YearsThe amount of rain in the Bay Area during the last half of 2015 is less than in previous El Niño years, National Weather Service officials said Saturday.
Freeze, Frost Warning Issued For Bay Area Impacts People, Animals OutdoorsA freeze warning will go into effect at 11 p.m. Saturday night for inland valleys and mountains of the Bay Area. People and animals outside may suffer.
Strong Rip Currents Possible At Bay Area Beaches This WeekendThe National Weather Service on Friday warned that Bay Area beaches could see strong rip currents this weekend, making the waters riskier than usual for swimmers.