Heavy rain, pounding waves and plenty of snow in the mountains are all in the forecast as Northern Californians brace for a weekend of wintry weather.
Rain has closed roads and prompted urban flood warnings Friday, and CBS 5′s Chief Meteorologist Paul Deanno said it’s only the beginning.
Bay Area storm-related power outages affected nearly 16,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers overnight and into Friday morning, according to the utility.
A series of powerful rainstorms is expected to hit the Bay Area beginning Wednesday morning, dumping up to 8 inches of rain on parts of the region, a National Weather Service forecaster said Monday.
Make sure you’re prepared for the notorious wind and cold at Candlestick Park.
Rain was falling across the Bay Area again Friday morning and forecasters said more precipitation is on the way.
A storm system has brought heavy rains and winds to the Bay Area and Northern California, flooding roads and downing trees.
A wind advisory will be in effect for coastal and hill areas of the Bay Area later Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
A Bay Area Rapid Transit train struck a tree or tree branch near the Hayward station Thursday morning, resulting in major delays on the Fremont line, a BART employee said.
PG&E is preparing for strong winds that are expected to hit the Bay Area over the next two days.