For the first time in history, the May snow survey has been canceled due to California’s severe drought.
California communities suffering from extreme drought could soon get help from an unlikely place — unmanned aerial vehicles, a.k.a. drones.
It’s far from certain, but conditions are pointing toward El Nino conditions next winter and spring — and the possibility of significant rain for the parched West Coast.
After last week’s rain, how do cities stand on the verge of another wet week? Many areas still need over two feet of rain just to reach normal. Check your city to see how bad the drought still is.
More rain is on its way to the Bay Area as early as Monday, and weather forecasters said to expect cold temperatures, hail, and the possibility of snow on the region’s peaks.
Meteorologists say a pair of storms could dump several inches of rain on parched cities and croplands throughout California in the coming week.
Here are the latest Bay Area precipitation reports from the National Weather Service…
California’s last snow survey of the season is bad news for the millions of state residents who rely on the snowpack for their water.
Cal Fire is increasing its staff and canceling burn days and planned debris burning in response to increased fire danger because of an unusually dry winter, Cal Fire officials said.