Thursday’s major storm that pounded the Bay Area will go down in the record books as one of the wettest days in the region in more than a decade.
Thousands of meals were served on Thursday, thanks in large part to generators, at St. Anthony’s in San Francisco.
Rain and wind gusts from Thursday’s powerful Bay Area storm is sticking to the “forecasted script.”
A powerful storm causing downed trees and flooded streets continues to ravage the Bay Area Thursday, with parts like Daly City taking an especially heavy beating.
A Santa Cruz school shut down after strong winds from Thursday morning’s storm caused a large tree branch to topple over and injure two students.
Residents took to social media and delivered some incredible photos from the storm.
Rainfall amounts are expected to range from 5 to 7 inches for North Bay valleys with isolated amounts up to 10 inches in the
higher elevations. The National Weather Service has issued several watches and Warnings. Here are the latest.
The weather is creating havoc at San Francisco International airport Thursday morning with over 100 cancellations already reported.
Complete Bay Area School Closure List: San Francisco, Oakland, Corte Madera, Novato, San Rafael, Berkeley, Fremont
Schools across the Bay Area are announcing closures in anticipation of a powerful storm moving in early Thursday morning, including all the schools in Marin County, San Francisco Unified schools, and Oakland Unified schools.
San Francisco is scrambling to prepare for a powerful storm in an area of the city notorious for flooding during heavy rain.