Mount Diablo State Park Closed Due To Winds, Wildfire ThreatMount Diablo State Park in Contra Costa County is closed Thursday due to high winds and the threat of wildfires, according to park officials.
Deadly Storm Pounds California With Rain, Strong Winds, Heavy SnowfallThe second in a string of powerful storms battered California on Saturday bringing up to 4 inches of rain in some areas, winds gusting to 80 mph in the mountains, high surf and several feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada.
Wet Winter Storm Brings Heavy Rain, Snow to Northern CaliforniaThe San Francisco Bay Area is under a flash-flood watch as a powerful storm begins dumping rain on the state.
Blustery Winds Batter Entire Bay AreaThe windy weather on Monday was making a mess around the Bay Area, toppling trees over into streets and onto cars.
Man Surprises Girlfriend With Proposal At San Francisco's Crissy FieldThe strong winds howling across San Francisco Bay almost forced one man to cancel his plans to propose to his girlfriend while sailing on New Year's Eve.
Tree Down In San Francisco Amid Wind Advisory For RegionA downed tree was blocking a busy street in San Francisco Thursday during a wind advisory that was issued for the Bay Area and Monterey through Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Crews In Position For Raised Fire Danger Through WednesdayFirefighters in Contra Costa County have increased staff levels and pre-positioned firefighting resources in high-risk fire areas throughout the county Tuesday in anticipation of a red flag warning and high fire danger forecast by the National Weather Service.
Dangerous Catagory 4 Hurricane Willa Closes In On Coast Of MexicoHurricane Willa, a potentially catastrophic storm, swept toward Mexico's Pacific coast with winds of 155 mph, the National Hurricane Center said Monday.
High Winds Collapse Fence In San Francisco, Injuring 2A strong gust of wind knocked over construction fencing in San Francisco’s Mission District Sunday afternoon, injuring two people.
Outages Keep PG&E Crews Working Into The Night; More Than 30,000 Bay Area Homes Still In The DarkAs of 8 p.m. Tuesday, around 170,000 customers had been impacted by power outages throughout the region, with an estimated 31,000 customers still without service
Trees, Big Rigs Toppled As Fierce Winds Batter Bay AreaBay Area residents took stock Monday morning of the damage from high winds that blew through the region Sunday night, knocking over trees and causing power outages.