Cal Fire Issues Evacuation Warning in Santa Cruz County Burn Zones as Atmospheric River Storm ApproachesAs of 6 p.m. Sunday, parts of the San Lorenzo Valley and the north coast of Santa Cruz County are under evacuation warning because of the upcoming atmospheric river and the potential for debris flow, Cal Fire CZU said.
Flash Flooding In Camp Fire Zone Prompts New EvacuationsFor the second time in less than a month, evacuations have been ordered in the area burned by the devastating Camp Fire, this time due to flooding.
Experts Give Advice for Handling Sandbags Before the Storms ArriveAs Bay Area residents prepare for a soaking winter storm system to arrive, KPIX got some tips on handling sandbags to keep home and property dry.
2 Drenching Storms To Bring Heavy Rain, Surf To Bay Area Sunday, MondayThe first of two storms set to soak the San Francisco Bay Area will bring a high tide that could flood some coastal areas and dump snow in the Sierra Nevada.
Tens Of Vehicles Still Stuck In Mudslide On Kern County HighwayState transportation officials say at least 30 vehicles remain stuck in now-hardened mud along State Route 58 in Kern County.
Southern California Flash Floods Leave Cars Stuck In Muddy MessA section of Southern California found itself waist-deep in mud as the weekend arrived, and a highway overtaken by flowing debris looked like a buried auto junkyard.
I-5 In Southern California Reopens After Flash Floods, Mudslides Strand Hundreds Of VehiclesThe storms unleashed flash flood and debris flows along Highway 58, Interstate 5 and in two small mountainside communities north of Los Angeles.
EMERGENCY ALERT, FLASH FLOOD WARNING: Dangerous Flooding Imminent Or Already Occurring In Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz CountiesThe National Weather Service has issued a warning of flash flooding about to occur or already happening for several Bay Area counties.
Flash Flood Warning Issued For Sonoma CountyThe National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Sonoma County. The warning is in effect until 7:30 p.m. Residents should not attempt to cross swiftly flowing water.