A young boy carries an umbrella as he walks down Market Street in San Francisco on a rainy day. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

San Francisco Experiencing Driest Start To Year Since 1850s

KPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Deanno reports that only 1.34 inches of rainfall has been recorded downtown since the start of the year. A normal total through February would be 8.51 inches.


Lexington Reservoir

Silicon Valley Records Historic Rainfall Lows

Tuesday’s wet weather is a welcome sight for water officials in Silicon Valley as the lack of rainfall this season has already reached historic levels.


Ripe oranges hang on a tree (Odd Anderson/Getty Images)

California Citrus Crops Badly Need Rain

Scheduled precipitation this week could be key for California’s citrus and berry industries.


American Canyon hail

Windy Storm Causes Bay Area Accidents, Outages

The Bay Area began to dry out Wednesday morning after a night of wind and rain that left thousands of people without power.



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