Atmospheric River: Placer County Sheriff Orders Evacuations in Colfax from Possible Debris FlowsThe Placer County Sheriff's Office on Sunday evening ordered evacuations in Colfax because of the risk of debris flows from heavy precipitation brought to the region by the current storm.
UPDATE: Tuolumne County Evacuees Head Home as Crews Slow Growth of Washington FireAnother wildfire that caused tense moments for residents in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Tuolumne County Thursday has since subsided, with some evacuees getting a chance to return home Friday.
Washington Fire Near Jamestown and Sonora Prompts EvacuationsAnother new wildfire in Tuolumne County near Jamestown and Sonora has prompted evacuation orders Thursday afternoon, according to authorities.
UPDATE: Cache Fire Destroys Dozens Of Homes, Burns 80 Acres In Lake CountyA wildfire burning in Lake County Wednesday grew to 80 acres, destroying dozens of homes and forcing evacuations in the communities of Clearlake and Lower Lake, according to authorities.
UPDATE: Caldor Fire In Sierra Tops 53,000 Acres; New Evacuations Ordered For KyburzThe Caldor Fire burning in the Sierra Nevada ballooned overnight to more than 53,000 acres, sweeping through the El Dorado National Forest in what fire officials called "unprecedented fire behavior."
Cannabis Company Reportedly Takes Responsibility For Broiler Fire In Mendocino CountyA cannabis company has reportedly taken responsibility for a wildfire that broke out in Mendocino County on Wednesday and destroyed several structures.
UPDATE: Broiler Fire Burns 80 Acres Near Redwood Valley In Mendocino County, Evacuations LiftedA wildfire that broke out in Mendocino County north of Ukiah Wednesday afternoon has burned 80 acres prompted nearby residents to evacuate for several hours, according to authorities.
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 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: Heavy Rains Fall Across Bay Area; Snow Reported In Sonoma, Santa Clara CountiesThe leading edge of an anticipated atmospheric river storm system arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday evening, bringing heavy rains and high winds across the region as well as reports of snow in the North and South Bay.
Atmospheric River: Some Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Stay Put As Huge Storm ArrivesWhile thousands of residents raced to get out on Tuesday ahead of potential mudslides in the Santa Cruz Mountains, authorities said there were still some people who refused to evacuate.
Atmospheric River: Hurricane Hunters Fly Into Storm; Residents Flee Homes In Santa Cruz MountainsHundreds of residents packed up their treasured belongings early Tuesday, preparing to evacuate homes in the burn zone of last fall's devastating Santa Cruz Mountains wildfire, as a powerful Pacific storm edged ever closer with as much as a foot of rain and the threat of deadly mudslides.
UPDATE: Evacuation Orders Lifted For Freedom And Panther Fires In Santa Cruz CountyThe evacuation orders that had been issued for the wind-whipped Freedom and Panther fires burning in Santa Cruz County were lifted Wednesday, Cal Fire confirmed.
Glass Fire Update: New Evacuations Ordered, Weary Crews Face Another Red Flag Warning; Firefighters Survive Close CallThe Glass Fire roared through the steep, rugged canyons near Angwin early Wednesday while an army of weary firefighters, on the brink of exhaustion from nearly two months of intense firefights in Northern California, battled to keep the blaze from spilling over Highway 29.