Rain Wets Bay Area Roads As Latest Weather System Rolls ThroughLight drizzle and heavier showers spread southward across the Bay Area with wet conditions expected to linger through Monday morning into the afternoon.
Stormy Weather Brings Some Drought Relief; Monthly Snow Pack Survey Still Below NormalThe stormy weather that brought 8-10 inches of rain in the Santa Cruz Mountains and up to 10 feet of snow to the Sierra did ease drought conditions across the San Francisco Bay Area, but much more rain and snow is needed in February and March, officials said.
Cold Front Bringing More Rain, Gusty Winds To Bay AreaA cold front is expected to spread throughout the Bay Area from midday Monday through Tuesday and possibly Wednesday, with continued chances of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
Heavy Rains Help Northern California Water Supply, But More NeededThe past week's storm drenched the Bay Area, essentially doubling rainfall totals for this winter. But the impact on the Bay Area's water supply depends on where you look and who you ask.
Landslide Topples PG&E Truck Down Rain-Soaked Aptos HillsideA rain-soaked hillside gave way early Friday in Aptos, washing out a road and sending a PG&E truck tumbling about 150 feet down the slope amid rocks, dirt and debris.
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.
Bay Area To Be Battered By Atmospheric River; Incoming Storms Prompts Warnings, EvacuationsBay Area residents were bracing for an atmospheric river-fueled series of storms which have prompted a number of watches and warnings across the region, especially for areas scarred by wildfires - including in the Santa Cruz Mountains where some evacuations have been ordered.
Atmospheric River Taking Aim At San Francisco Bay Area While there will be light showers in the San Francisco Bay Area on Sunday, the region was bracing for the arrival of a moderate atmospheric river mid-week that could dump 4-7 inches of rain over the wildfire scarred areas, triggering concerns of land and mudslides in Wine County and the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Bay Area Reservoirs Get Much-Needed Rain To Boost Low Winter Rainfall TotalsRain has returned to the Bay Area, and not a moment to soon. Rainfall totals are lagging this winter, and it's becoming a pattern.
Storm System Brings Scattered Showers To Bay Area With Heavier Rain AheadThe first in a series of wet storm systems brought some rain to the Bay Area Friday, with much heavier precipitation forecast for next week.
Storm System Brings Heaviest Rains Of Season, Gusting Winds To Bay AreaPeriods of light to moderately heavy rain with some strong winds are forecast in the San Francisco Bay Area Monday, before drier conditions return Tuesday according to the National Weather Service.
Rain Arrives, Providing Some Relief For Drought-Stricken Northern CaliforniaThe first of two storm fronts lined up off the Northern California coast arrived in San Francisco Bay Area Friday, bringing the first rain in months to a region in the grip of a severe drought.
More Rain Needed To Reduce Fire Danger, Stave Off Future DroughtMore than a month and a half into this year's rainy season and significant precipitation was finally falling on Tuesday in Northern California. The state could use it in more ways than one.