Crews Work To Repair Highway Washed Out During Atmospheric River Storm Near Big SurCrews worked Monday to determine when they can rebuild a section of scenic Highway 1 near Big Sur in Monterey County after it collapsed in torrential rain last week.
Evacuation Orders Lifted For Most Of Monterey County Following Destructive StormsEvacuation orders were lifted Monday in areas of Monterey County after stormy weather last week resulted in debris flows that caused damage, including washing out a section of state Highway 1.
Dramatic Satellite Photos Show Storm's Impact On Bone-Dry Northern CaliforniaSometimes you need a 10,000-foot or even higher view to get the true impact of an event. Take the recent potent winter storm that dumped up to 10 feet of the snow before it moved eastward. NASA and the National Weather Service have released satellite photos of the Sierra on Jan. 20 and Jan. 30.
Two Die In Potent Winter Storm; Northern California's Severe Drought Conditions EaseA potent winter storm that dumped up to 10 feet of snow in the Sierra, washed out Highway 1 with a massive slide, dumped nearly 9 inches of rain in the Santa Cruz Mountains and flooded a Carmel neighborhood, also claimed the lives of at least two people in the state.
VIDEO: Drone Footage Reveals Extent Of Storm Damage At Highway 1 Washout South Of Big SurCrews from Caltrans on Friday were assessing the damage a washout south of Big Sur that was caused by the massive atmospheric river downpour did to a stretch of State Highway 1.
Gov. Newsom Declares State of Emergency for Storm-Damaged Monterey, San Luis Obispo CountiesCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday issued an emergency proclamation for the counties of Monterey and San Luis Obispo due to damage caused by winter storms this past week.
Landslide Topples PG&E Truck Down Rain-Soaked Aptos HillsideA rain-soaked hillside gave way early Friday in Aptos, washing out a road and sending a PG&E truck tumbling about 150 feet down the slope amid rocks, dirt and debris.
Atmospheric River: Clean Up Begins After Carmel River Floods Homes In Monterey CountyMajor clean-up was underway Thursday in the Carmel Lagoon area after a rain-swollen river spilled into the neighborhood, flooding multiple homes.
Atmospheric River: Rain Pounds Bay Area; Flooding, Mudslide Fears RemainIncessant rain from an atmospheric river flowed through the Bay Area overnight and into Thursday before easing somewhat, allowing some residents in Santa Cruz County forced to evacuate from ongoing threats of flooding and mudslides to return.
Atmospheric River UPDATE: Evacuations Ordered In Carmel; Orders Downgraded To Warnings In Santa Cruz CountyA potent plume of intense rainfall settled over the Santa Cruz Mountains early Thursday, dumping as more than 1 inch of rain an hour just before daybreak, elevating fears of devastating and deadly mudslides in the more than 86,500-acre burn zone left from last fall's CZU Complex Lightning Fire.
Atmospheric River: Authorities Warn Evacuated Santa Cruz Mountain Residents To Stay AwayThe potent atmospheric river that had stalled off the Monterey County coastline Wednesday morning was edging north by early afternoon, triggering new flash flood warnings in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties.
Atmospheric River: Napa County Re-Issues Flood Watch Through Thursday NightA flash flood watch for Napa County has been reissued by the National Weather Service from Wednesday evening through 5 p.m. Thursday.
Mudslide Reported Along Sonoma County Coast At Meyers Fire Burn ScarA mudslide was reported along the Sonoma County coast Wednesday in an area burned by the 2020 Meyers Fire, one of several incidents across the Bay Area as an atmospheric river storm lashed the region.
NWS: Marine Warning For 'Hazardous Seas' From Point Reyes To Pigeon PointA marine weather warning is in effect for the Northern California coast due to strong winds and rain, until Wednesday at 3 a.m.
UPDATE: Flash Flood Warning In Sonoma County; Evacuation Warnings Issued For Napa, Solano LNU Burn AreasThe National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Sonoma County until 11 p.m. Tuesday night as heavy rain from the first of a series of storms pounded the Bay Area.