December Storms Give California A Promising SnowpackDecember storms gave California a promising snowpack despite a slow start, state water authorities said Thursday.
San Francisco Flood Warning; Muni Trains Halted By Flooding; Tree Slams Into Oakland Hills HomeA low pressure system off the Northern California coast Saturday hurled waves of strong downpours into the Bay Area, triggering a flood warning for San Francisco.
Rain, Wind, Sierra Snow: 'Atmospheric River' Arrives With Friday Evening CommuteAn 'Atmospheric River' storm front, packing intense downpours and gusty winds, was poised Friday off the California coast, ready to make the Bay Area's evening commute a challenging journey home.
Large Rockslide Crashes Down On Highway 50 In SierraSeveral large boulders, loosened by days of heavy snowfall in the Lake Tahoe area, slammed onto Highway 50 just east of Echo Summit Monday afternoon, shutting down the westbound lane, the California Highway Patrol said.
Storm Continues To Batter Santa Cruz Mountains, North BayA potent storm front continued to pound the Bay Area with intense pre-dawn downpours and gusty winds in the North Bay and in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Stormy Weather Delaying Flights At San Francisco International AirportA potent storm triggered major delays at San Francisco International early Sunday as thousands attempted to return back to the Bay Area from Thanksgiving celebrations.
WEATHER SERVICE: Weekend Storm 'Like A Fire Hose That's Hard To Control' A weekend 'atmospheric river' was taking aim at Northern California, bringing with it another round of rain showers for the Bay Area and heavy snow for the Sierra.
BOMB CYCLONE: Flash Flood Watch For Kincade Fire Burn Zone; Blizzard Conditions In SierraThe first major storm in nearly six months zeroed in on Northern California Tuesday, triggering a flash flood watch for the fire-charred areas of Sonoma County, a high surf advisory, a hurricane force wind warning for the Mendocino coast and winter storm warning for the Sierra.
Mother Nature Delivers Wintry Blast To The SierraMother Nature delivered a wintry blast to the Sierra Monday, dumping several inches of snow on the Lake Tahoe ski resorts and forcing early morning travelers to use chains on the I-80 and Highway 50 mountain passes.
Summer Storm Dumps Snow On Sierra PeaksThe calendar may say it is summer, but a cold front roaring through Northern California Monday left a wintry dusting of snow at the Lake Tahoe ski resorts.
State Water Officials: Sierra Snowpack 'A California Water Supply Dream'A series of February storms dumped historic levels of snow in the Sierra, burying some mountainous areas under hundreds of inches and leading to a "water supply dream," according to state water officials.
No Break From Cabin Fever; Sierra Braces For Another 2-3 Feet Of SnowThere will be no relief from cabin fever this week for residents in the Lake Tahoe area as a low pressure system spinning off the West Coast was ready to batter the Sierra with as much as 2-3 feet of new snow.
Sierra Chaos: I-80 Closed, Avalanche Shuts Down AmtrakA winter storm front, fueled by an atmospheric river, has buried the Sierra under several feet of new snow, shattering all-time records, shutting down I-80 and forcing Amtrak to turn back two trains because of an avalanche and rockslide.
Avalanche, Rockslide Shuts Down Amtrak Travel Through SierraAmtrak says two trains together carrying nearly 300 passengers to and from the Bay Area stopped and reversed directions due to a railroad track closure in the Sierra Nevada.
Atmospheric River Batters Sierra With Hurricane-Force 130 MPH WindsWinds topped 130 mph Wednesday as a potent atmospheric river brought rain, sleet and snow to the Sierra -- the latest weather woes for a region where several feet of snow has fallen over the last two weeks.