Slick roads, wind and rain made Bay Area roadways deadly collision courses on Saturday.
Northern California got a break Saturday from a wet and windy storm that downed trees and power lines, ripped through freeway and street signs and led to dozens of flight cancellations at San Francisco’s airport.
The wind that whipped through the East Bay hills Friday evening did not just knock over a tree in Berkeley, it ripped it completely from its roots.
Nearly 55,000 Bay Area customers have lost power during Friday’s storm. As of 4 p.m., around 14,800 remained without power in the area.
As predicted, a powerful storm arrived Friday, ending a near historic dry stretch for the Bay Area.
A fallen tree has knocked out power to slightly more than 2,000 customers Friday morning in Redwood City and North Fair Oaks, PG&E officials said.
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Heavy rain began moving into the North Bay Friday as the rest of the Bay Area awaited their turn for the storm to move over their neighborhoods.
A thunderstorm rolled through the Sacramento area causing widespread power outages Friday morning.
PG&E crews trimmed tree branches in Orinda in the hope of avoiding power outages during a storm entering the Bay Area over Thursday night.