Yosemite Park Reopened And ResplendentThe powerful winter storm that shut down the park earlier in the week has passed, and Yosemite has reopened roads and lodging to the public.
Hwy 1 Near Stinson Beach Closed Due To MudslidesState Highway 1 in Marin County was closed between Bolinas and Stinson Beach on due to mudslides Wednesday evening.
New Storm To Bring More Rain, Low Temps To Bay Area OvernightThe Bay Area is in store for another soaking overnight and into Thursday as a new storm system moves into the region, likely exacerbating already hazardous conditions in many areas, according to the National Weather Service.
Massive Tree Crashes Down On Danville HomeA massive heritage oak tree crashed down on a home and destroyed three vehicles in Danville’s exclusive Diablo neighborhood Tuesday.
130 Flights Canceled At SFO, Minor Weather Delays ElsewhereOngoing stormy weather in the Bay Area has caused more than 100 flights to be canceled at San Francisco International Airport Tuesday, while minor delays have been reported at other airports in the region.
Hwy 101 In Gilroy Reopens After Flooding, But Other Roads Remain ClosedHeavy rains flooded and closed roads throughout Gilroy and Morgan Hill this weekend.
Santa Cruz Residents Urged To Conserve After Water Pipeline DamagedSanta Cruz is facing a serious water shortage after the most recent storm damaged a main pipeline.
Yosemite National Park To Re-Open On TuesdayAfter a rare weekend closure, Yosemite National Park rangers announced Monday that the famed tourist destination will re-open this week, allowing visitors to catch a glimpse of the thunderous display being put on by the park’s famous falls.
Russian River Surges Past Flood Stage In GuernevilleSome evacuations orders remained in effect Monday in the area around the Russian River in Sonoma County as the river surged past flood stage.
Storm Topples Iconic Giant Sequoia 'Tunnel' Tree In Calaveras ParkStrong winds and rain toppled the famed giant Sequoia known as the Pioneer Cabin Tree in Calaveras Big Tree Park.
Storm Triggers Widespread Flooding, Downed Trees And Airport HavocAn atmospheric river nearly 1,000 miles long slammed into the Bay Area early Sunday, bringing with it severe weather warnings, flooded roadways, downed trees and dozens of delayed flights at San Francisco International Airport.
Storm Shuts Down Yosemite Due To Flooding ConcernsYosemite National Park was empty Saturday. The iconic tourist spot was shut down to visitors because of flooding concerns.

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