Years of extreme drought may be coming to an end in Texas and Oklahoma as heavy rains caused deadly flooding, and it’s fueling hope that California’s drought may soon come to an end as well.
Memorial Day is the “unofficial kickoff” to summer, but it feels more like the kick off to Presidents’ Day.
It could be a stormy Memorial Day holiday, if your travels take you to Lake Tahoe, Yosemite or the High Sierra this weekend.
Climate experts say El Nino is growing stronger and could bring drought-busting wet weather to California this year.
Here’s the deal. The San Francisco Bay Area has been unseasonably cool since right around May 5.
There’s a strong chance the rain that’s drenching Texas and the Southern Plains will be heading to California if the current El Nino pattern continues to strengthen.
While most of us are scrambling to save water, California almond growers are taking heat for planting more and more trees amid a historic drought.
Should you touch it? Eat it? Run from it? Some of California’s youngest children have no idea what rain is.
Lightning strikes and thunder forced workers at Stanford University’s golf course to take cover, causing one man to temporarily lose hearing due to the noise.
More rain fell in the Bay Area on Thursday than normally falls for the entire month of May as a spring storm moved through with lightning, thunder, hail, and downpours.