People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
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.
There’s a new effort by PG&E to lower the stability standards for its power poles, and the move has prompted concerns among state regulators in the wake of the San Bruno disaster.
State biologists say they think they know what may have killed over 100 leopard sharks in the Bay Area in recent weeks – heavy rain diluting the bay’s salinity.
More than 30,000 people throughout the Bay Area lost power early Sunday morning because of the stormy weather, a utility spokesman said.
Cold, wet weather will once again put an icy grip on the Bay Area as we head toward this weekend, bringing with it a chance that San Francisco could see some snow.
The National Weather Service says the San Francisco Bay area caught only a portion of a powerful storm system that’s soaking Southern California.
Nearly three months after the deadly pipeline explosion in San Bruno, natural gas still isn’t flowing at full pressure into San Francisco and the Peninsula, so PG&E is offering a reward to customers who conserve during chilly winter days.
The early snowstorm over the weekend showed no signs of letting up Monday, a bonanza Sierra ski operators said foreshadows a busy winter season.
The City of San Jose has launched an aggressive tree trimming project, in response to a tragic arbor accident last winter. The public-private partnership planned to work on nearly a thousand trees before the end of the year.