3 Rainstorms Possible In Bay Area Next WeekAs many as three storms could drop rain on the Bay Area next week with the potential for heavy rain later in the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Pleasanton Homeowners In Race Against Time, Weather To Save BackyardsSome East Bay homeowners are faced with shrinking backyards crumbling into a growing creek due to erosion damage they say their flood insurance won't cover.
Rising Floodwaters Jolt Rattlesnakes Out Of HibernationHibernating snakes are getting caught up in floodwaters which means more rattlers could be found near creeks or streams in populated areas.
Storm-Lashed California Roads, Dams Could Cost $1B To FixThe bill to repair California's crumbling roads, dams and other critical infrastructure hammered by an onslaught of storms this winter could top $1 billion.
Blasted By West Coast Storm, Californians Grapple With Slides, Snow, FloodingWith the storm feeding on an atmospheric river of moisture stretching far out into the Pacific, precautionary evacuations of homes in some neighborhoods were requested.
Fallen Trees In San Pablo Creek Raise Flooding WorriesSeveral downed trees are raising flooding concerns for people living near an East Bay Creek as a new round of storms rolls into the region.
Southbound Hwy 17 Reopens After Massive SlideA massive slide slammed hundreds of pounds of rock and dirt onto Highway 17 early Tuesday, forcing the northbound lanes of the main traffic artery through the Santa Cruz Mountains to be shut down at least until early Wednesday morning, authorities said.
San Rafael House Crushed By Mudslide As Heavy Rains Pummel North BayThe heavy rains from the latest storm system to slam the Bay Area has caused major damage in Marin County with a mudslide destroying a San Rafael home and a Kentfield neighborhood flooded by the overflowing Corte Madera Creek.
Fallen Trees In San Pablo Creek Raise Flooding WorriesSeveral downed trees are raising flooding concerns for people living near an East Bay Creek as a new round of storms rolls into the region.
Storms Preview Ocean-Rise Damage To California Cities, RoadsOcean rise already is worsening the floods and high tides sweeping California this stormy winter, climate experts say, and this month's damage and deaths highlight that even a state known as a global leader in fighting climate change has yet to tackle some of the hardest work of dealing with it.
Storm-Damaged Road To Muir Woods To Remain ClosedIt could be months before the main tour bus route to Muir Woods National Monument is back open.
Potholes Turn Bay Area Roads Into Mine Fields After Weekend StormThe effects of the storm on Bay Area roads are everywhere. Gaping potholes have turned them into veritable mine fields for drivers.

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