Social Media Video, Photos Show 2 Tornados Touching Down In Tehama CountyPhotos and video of a tornado that appears to touch ground near the town of Los Molinas have been posted on social media Monday after a rare tornado warning was issued for Tehama County.
UC Climate Experts Warn California Wildfires, Extreme Weather Events Will Get WorseIf it seems like California's wildfires and weather are becoming more extreme, climate experts say they are, and, in fact, it's going to get worse. The orange and dark skies over the Bay Area may be a ominous sign of what will be in our future.
'We're Getting Soft': Governor Criticizes Cold Weather School ClosingsKentucky Governor Matt Bevin said America is "getting soft" after hearing that some schools were closing in the Louisville area as bitter cold moved into his state.
Man Found Dead, Frozen In Garage After Shoveling SnowA man found frozen in a detached garage in Milwaukee Tuesday had apparently collapsed and died after shoveling snow, authorities said.
Caltrans Reports Highlights Climate Change Effects On Highway SystemThe California Department of Transportation has released new reports on the negative effects of climate change on the state’s highway system and infrastructure.
Draft U.S. Report: Extreme Storms Driven By Climate ChangeDirectly contradicting President Donald Trump, a draft report produced by 13 federal agencies concludes that the United States is already feeling the negative impacts of climate change.
Storm Triggers Widespread Flooding, Downed Trees And Airport HavocAn atmospheric river nearly 1,000 miles long slammed into the Bay Area early Sunday, bringing with it severe weather warnings, flooded roadways, downed trees and dozens of delayed flights at San Francisco International Airport.
Winter Is Coming: How To Prepare For Extreme Weather And Natural DisastersThinkHR Chief Knowledge Officer Laura Kerekes shares how to safeguard your employees and business when Mother Nature strikes.
Rare Hail, Thunder, Lightning Storm Rolls Through Bay Area; More PossibleThe Bay Area was caught by surprise when rare, extreme weather moved through the South Bay Wednesday, and thunder and lightning were possible Thursday.