NorCal's Water Situation Looking Good With Above Normal Precipitation TotalsA network of weather stations ranging from Mt. Shasta to Highway 50 has passed its normal precipitation total for the entire July 1st-to-June 30th weather season, which is good news for Northern California’s water situation.
Oakland Calling For Earth Day Cleanup VolunteersWorkers in Oakland recently pulled a mattress, a car bumper, and other trash out of one of the city’s creeks.
Weekend Showers Cheer Californians Across State But Do Little To Ease DroughtIn San Francisco, a downpour delayed the Giants-Dodgers game for 41 minutes.
Ben Lomond Sees More Than 5 Feet Of Rain In El Niño WinterEven in an area known year after year for its extremely wet weather, the El Niño season in Ben Lomond has been close to a record.
Rain, Snow Pelt Northern California After Saturday Morning Dry SpellUp to 3 feet of snow is expected to fall in the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada through Monday.
Storm That Drenched Bay Area Friday Moves South; More Rain On The WayA storm front that closed schools and snarled Northern California traffic moved south Friday, drenching the Los Angeles area with brief but fierce downpours.
Mudslides, School Closures As Storm Smacks Bay AreaHeavy rain continued to deluge the Bay Area early Friday, turning creeks into raging torrents of water, triggering school closures in Sonoma County and mudslides that closed Highway 1. Meanwhile, authorities have canceled flood warnings for the Russian and Napa rivers.
Potholes Caused By Weekend Storms Claim Tires Around The Bay AreaAuto repair and tire shops around the Bay Area are busy Monday fixing cars damaged by potholes.
More Rain Monday Means More Headaches On Bay Area RoadwaysRain and scattered showers fell Monday and remained in the forecast for most of the day.
Storms Knock Out Power To Thousands Up And Down CaliforniaEmergency crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers throughout California after heavy wind knocked down trees and power lines.
Pop-Up Emergency Homeless Shelters To Open In San FranciscoWith heavy rain expected throughout the Bay Area this weekend, the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management has announced that two pop-up homeless shelters will open in the city starting on Saturday.
Storm Moving Into Bay Area Could Bring Flash Floods, Mudslides To YosemiteStormy weather moving into the Bay Area has the National Weather Service warning people to be prepared, and drive carefully on roads.

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