Atmospheric River: Alameda County Fair Reopens After Storm Knocks Down Trees, Damages BoothsThe Alameda County Fair reopened Monday afternoon after cleaning up damage from Sunday's major storm that struck the Bay Area over the weekend.
Atmospheric River: Power Restored To Majority of Residents; PG&E Blames Downed Trees For Massive OutagesPacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced Monday morning that it had restored power to the majority of customers who lost power during the storm the day before.
UPDATE: Flood Waters Shut Down Lanes Of I-880; Alameda's Harbor Bay Parkway, Silverado Trail In Napa More than 24 hours of rainfall from a potent atmospheric river, spun to life by a bomb cyclone off the Northwest coast, left lanes of I-880 under several feet of water early Monday morning, shutting down one of the main traffic arteries in the East Bay.
Atmospheric River: Santa Cruz, San Mateo County Officials Lift Evacuation Orders For CZU Fire Burn Zone With skies clearing and a potent atmospheric river moving southward, Santa Cruz County officials announced Monday they were lifting evacuation orders for residents living in or near the burn scar left by 2020's massive CZU Complex Fire.
Atmospheric River: San Francisco Bay Area Takes Wild One Day Ride From Extreme Drought To Flooded StreetsIn just one stormy day, Mother Nature took San Francisco Bay Area residents on a wild rollercoaster ride, going from a months-long severe drought to flooded streets and overflowing creeks.
Atmospheric River: High Winds Topple Trees, Scaffolding in San FranciscoThe heavy precipitation and increased winds slamming into San Francisco Sunday afternoon are causing plenty of problems with downed trees, scaffolding that came crashing down and some flooding.
Atmospheric River: Parts of San Mateo County Pummeled with Heavy Rain, FloodingThe atmospheric river that brought drenching rain and high winds across Northern California was causing no shortage of problems in San Mateo County Sunday night.
UPDATE: Atmospheric River Drenches Northern California With Historic RainfallA cyclone off the Northwest coast aimed a potent atmospheric river into Northern California Sunday, dumping a stunning amount of rain in parts of the Bay Area over a 24-hour span, weather officials said.
UPDATE: Streets Flood in San Rafael, Mill Valley as Wild Storm Lashes Bay AreaAuthorities in Marin County were advising residents of widespread street flooding in San Rafael, Mill Valley and other areas, warning people to avoid certain areas due to extreme flooding Sunday afternoon.
Storm Topples Trees, Drenches Highways in Contra Costa CountySunday was a day -- and a storm -- to remember in the East Bay. It started with wind whipping through trees in Walnut Creek. Then the rain got serious.
Atmospheric River: Nearly 90,000 Affected by Widespread Bay Area OutagesPG&E crews on Sunday were responding to widespread reports of power outages across the Bay Area affecting just under 90,000 customers as the most powerful storm in years slammed the region.
UPDATE: Atmospheric River Winds Flip Trucks On Richmond-San Rafael Bridge; Topple Dozens Of Drought-Weakened TreesWinds topping more than 50 mph howled through the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday, toppling two big rigs on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, ripping down dozens of drought-weakened trees and forcing residents in San Francisco's Forest Hill neighborhood from their homes.
Atmospheric River: Defiant Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Say They Will Ride Out The StormAuthorities have issued an evacuation order for hundreds of homes in and around the CZU Lightning Complex Fire burn scar area in the Santa Cruz Mountains, but many local residents say they will ignore the order and ride out the potent storm in their homes.
Evacuation Orders Issued for CZU Burn Zones in Santa Cruz CountyWith an "atmospheric river" storm barreling toward the Bay Area, evacuation orders were issued Saturday afternoon for higher-risk areas of Santa Cruz County as deputies went door-to-door to notify residents.
Flash Flood Watches Issued As Storm Aims at Fire-Scarred Northern CaliforniaNorthern California residents relieved that this week’s rain helped contain stubborn wildfires and soaked dry gardens were preparing for a massive storm arriving Sunday that could bring flash flooding to vast areas scorched by fire.