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.
Rio Vista Woman Among 1,300 Evacuated From Viking Cruise Ship Caught In 'Tornado' Like WindsAn author from Rio Vista was among the hundreds of travelers awaiting rescue aboard a Viking cruise ship caught in stormy 'tornado-like' winds off the coast of Norway.
Latest Wet Weather System Moves Into Bay AreaThe rain moving across much of the Bay Area Tuesday morning will intensify later in the day and early Wednesday, but won't be anywhere near as powerful as storm that blasted the North Bay last week, according to the National Weather Service.
Eastbound Lanes Of Highway 37 In Marin ReopenedFor a second time in a month, flood waters have shut down all travel on Highway 37 between Novato and Vallejo, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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.
Flooded Westbound Highway 37 Reopens To Commute TrafficWorking non-stop Caltrans crews were able to reopen the westbound lanes of Highway 37 early Wednesday nearly a week after run-off from a fierce winter storm breached a nearby levee and flooded the roadway.
Crews Work To Reopen Flooded Lanes Of Hwy 37 In Marin CountyRoad crews in Marin County on Tuesday continued to work nonstop on the westbound lanes of Highway 37 in an effort to reopen the flood-damaged roadway.
Commuter Nightmare As Crews Work To Remove Floodwater On WB Highway 37Repair crews were working around-the-clock to remove floodwater and clear the roadway, but here was still no word from Caltrans on when the westbound lanes of Highway 37 will reopen.
Sausalito Survivor: 'Things Were Tumbling All Over Me' As Home Slid Down HillsideSusan Gordon has become thankful for the small things in life after she survived her picturesque home's terrifying tumble down a Sausalito hillside.
Wild Weather Continues Around The Bay Area
Sierra Highways Reopen After Being Shut Down By White-Out ConditionsA frigid weather front slammed into the Sierra Friday, burying the region under more than a foot of snow, shutting down both Highway 50 and I-80 because of white-out blizzard conditions for much of the day.
Debris Removal Underway At Site Of Sausalito MudslideWork crews from San Rafael-based engineering contractors Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. on Friday morning began clearing debris from the area of a destructive mudslide in Sausalito.
Guerneville Streets Flooded As Russian River OverflowsFlood waters continued to flow through streets along the Russian River Friday, driving local residents like Sam Minniefield fromn their homes.
Westbound Hwy 37 Still Closed From Flooding After Levee BreakAuthorities in Marin County confirmed late Friday morning that westbound lanes of Highway 37 were still shut down from flooding and could stay closed into the weekend.
Residents Advised To Evacuate From Russian River AreaResidents living along low-lying areas around Russian River and its tributaries are being asked by Sonoma County sheriff's officials to evacuate Thursday if they live below 36 feet sea level, a sheriff's spokesman said.