No Refunds For Treasure Island Music Festival-Goers After Storm Soaks The PartyWhen the storm blew in Saturday over the Treasure Island Music Festival, it shut down the pier with a ferris wheel and cut the lights on the silent disco.
Rain, High Surf To Continue Into Sunday, Wind Advisories IssuedOfficials forecast as much as 0.82 inches of rain in Sonoma County and 0.65 inches in Santa Cruz County by 5 a.m. Sunday.
As Rain Approaches, SF Officials Ask Residents To Keep Storm Drains CleanPublic works officials are asking residents to help prevent flooding by sweeping up leaves from the sidewalk.
Winter Is Coming; Bay Area Officials Prepping For Weekend StormWhile this Friday’s expected rain is getting forecasters all excited, it’s not going to be a show stopper. But, it is a good reminder that winter is coming.
‘Atmospheric River’ To Bring Rain To Bay Area This WeekOfficials with the National Weather Service are predicting rain toward the end of the week in the Bay Area.
Yosemite Closes High Country Roads For 1st Storms Of SeasonHigh country roads in Yosemite National Park are now closed down in preparation for the first storms of the season.
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.
Severe Lightning Storm In Oakley Damages Home, Hospitalizes OneA low pressure system approaching the coast spun a volatile mixture of thunder, lightning and a downpour into Oakley area early Thursday morning.
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.
Spring Storm Dumps Half-Foot Of Snow On RenoSnow was falling at a rate of about one inch per hour early Monday, triggering dozens of fender benders and snarling slippery roads during the morning commute the day after Easter.
Emergency Declared In Santa Cruz County After Storms Damage RoadsA local emergency was declared Tuesday in Santa Cruz County, where roads were damaged by stormy conditions earlier this month.
El Niño Storms Push Road Repair Bill To $9M In Santa Cruz CountyEl Nino storms have slammed some Santa Cruz mountain communities hard, causing mudslides and evacuations.

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