Atmospheric River: Rain Pounds Bay Area; Flooding, Mudslide Fears RemainIncessant rain from an atmospheric river flowed through the Bay Area overnight and into Thursday before easing somewhat, allowing some residents in Santa Cruz County forced to evacuate from ongoing threats of flooding and mudslides to return.
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.
Mudslides Damage Up To 2 Dozen Structures In Monterey County; Flash Flood Warning IssuedA potent atmospheric river storm stalled over Monterey County Wednesday, dumping heavy rain on areas scarred by last fall's Carmel, River and Dolan wildfires, triggering multiple mudslides in the county.
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.
UPDATE: Flash Flood Warning In Sonoma County; Evacuation Warnings Issued For Napa, Solano LNU Burn AreasThe National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Sonoma County until 11 p.m. Tuesday night as heavy rain from the first of a series of storms pounded the Bay Area.
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.
Evacuations Warnings Upgraded To Orders In San Mateo, Monterey Counties Ahead Of Huge StormEvacuation warnings issued for areas of San Mateo and Monterey counties scarred by wildfires were upgraded to evacuation orders Tuesday due to the threat of mudslides as a series of storms approached the Bay Area.
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.
Following CZU Lightning Complex Fire, Residents Facing Debris Flow RisksWhile landslides have always been a threat in steep, hilly areas like those of the Santa Cruz mountains; the threat has been exacerbated in and around burn areas following the CZU fire.
Flood Fears: Mass Evacuation Order Issued For Towns Along Russian RiverSonoma County officials ordered the residents from more than two dozens communities located along the rain-swollen Russian River Tuesday to immediately evacuate their homes and find safety on higher ground.
Los Gatos Braces For More Mudslides With Bolted BarriersCaltrans crews have placed concrete barriers bolted together as a quick fix to stop mudslides from blocking the road near Los Gatos during the storm.
Potent Atmospheric River Raises Mudslide, Flood Concerns In North BayAn atmospheric river streaming in from north of Hawaii, packing torrential rain, gusty winds and blinding snowstorms, slammed into Northern California Monday, bringing with it the threat of flash flooding and mudslides.
Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Brace For Possible MudslidesSanta Cruz Mountain residents are bracing for the next round of storms which could bring wind, rain and the threat of mudslides on the steeper slopes.
Oakland Hills Residents Uneasy Over Latest Bay Area Storm Following 2017 SlideA lot of rain over a long period of time can affect any place in the Bay Area. But those living in the Oakland Hills have a special challenge.
Anxious Sausalito Hillside Homeowners Await Mother Nature's Next BlowWith predictions of as much as 5-8 inches of rain over the next several days, Sausalito residents were casting a wary eye toward the city's picturesque hills in the wake of slide that has already damaged several homes.