The National Park Service reported the first snowfall of the season at Yosemite.
Thursday’s powerful storm is generating big waves along the Bay Area coast, calling for a high surf advisory until 4 p.m. Friday.
A powerful storm sweeping through the Bay Area Thursday gave employees at Lagunitas Brewery something else to swim in for a change.
PG&E reported late Thursday night about 3,400 residents in the Bay Area were still without power do to a inclement weather pushing through the area.
The American Red Cross has opened four emergency shelters in the Greater Bay Area to assist people affected by a storm that is making its way through the Bay Area.
It’s being called #HellaStorm in typical NorCal lingo, and #Stormageddon, albeit sarcastically, but the storm mentioned as the potential “Storm of the Decade” delivered Thursday, flooding homes and businesses, plunging over 100,000 into darkness, delivering waves of nearly 30 feet to Mavericks, winds above 135 miles per hour in the Sierra, and rainfall of several inches. At the peak, 6.6 million Bay Area residents were under an emergency flash flood warning, and the Russian River is still forecast to rise 32 feet by Friday.
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.
Across the Bay, several inches of rain have flooded streets, garages, and business as millions are under a flash flood warning emergency, and the storm continues to pound the area with gale-force wind and torrential rain.
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.