Crashes, Slippery Conditions As Snow Snarls Traffic On I-80 In SierraAnother round of snow snarled traffic with more than a dozen crashes on slippery roads in Reno and triggered chain controls on I-80 in the Sierra.
Soggy Weekend Leaves Blanket Of Snow On Bay Area PeaksA winter storm front that rolled through the San Francisco Bay over the weekend dumped several inches of much needed rain and left a blanket of snow on the higher elevations from Wine Country to the South Bay.
Winter Storm Front Dumps Snow By The Foot In Tahoe; Much Needed Rain In Bay AreaAfter more than a month of keeping the storm door slammed shut, Mother Nature flung it open Saturday bringing much needed rain to the Bay Area and several feet of snow to the Sierra.
Is It A March Miracle?: Weekend Storm To Bring Several Feet Of Snow To Sierra After a historic dry February, Mother Nature zeroed in Friday on the Sierra with a fierce winter storm front that could dump as much as four feet of much needed snow on the higher elevations and ski resorts.
2020 Brought First San Francisco Rain-Free February Since 1864Midnight closed out the first rain-free February in San Francisco since the Civil War, according to the National Weather Service.
Historic February Dry Spell Returns Drought Conditions To San Francisco Bay AreaAs San Francisco neared its first February without rain since 1864, federal weather monitors reported Friday that moderate drought conditions have returned to northern Contra Costa and Alameda counties and southern Solano County.
Historic Dry February Raises Drought Concerns In Bay AreaFebruary has been a magnificently beautiful month for Bay Area weather, but the fact that the region didn't get a single drop of rain the past four weeks has raised some concerns about drought.
Bay Area Continues Historic Bone-Dry February; 1864 All-Time Record A Week AwayIt's become an all to familiar pattern this winter -- storm fronts approach the West Coast, but it will be another near miss for the Bay Area which remained on track Thursday for its first completely dry February since 1864.
Stalled High Pressure System Could Lead To Historic Bone Dry FebruaryThe last time the San Francisco Bay Area suffered through a bone-dry February, Abraham Lincoln was in the White House and the nation was in the grips of the Civil War.
Wind Topples Trees Like Matchsticks In Castro Valley NeighborhoodWork crews returned to Castro Valley's Heyer Ave. Monday to continue cleaning up debris scattered all over the street in the wake of a weekend wind storm that roared though the neighborhood packing 50 mph-plus gusts and toppling tree after tree.
Weekend High Wind Advisory Issued for Bay Area Through Mid-Morning MondayThe National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory from 7 p.m. Saturday to 11 a.m. Monday, warning that downed trees and power lines are possible.
Freeze Watch Issued For Parts Of The Bay Area As Temperatures DropThe National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Watch for parts of the Bay Area due to low temperatures forecasted Monday night through Tuesday night.
Winds Howl Through Bay Area Toppling Trees, Downing Power LinesA bone-dry cold front rolled into the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday, whipping up wind gusts up to 50 mph that toppled trees and downed power lines.
Intense Downpours Flood Bay Area Roadways; Tahoe Braces For Fierce BlizzardA potent winter cold front ripped through the San Francisco Bay Area Thursday's morning, triggering treacherous driving conditions and flooding on some roadways, officials said.
Bay Area Braces For Heavy Rain, High Winds From Approaching StormBay Area residents on Wednesday were bracing for heavy rain and gusty winds expected to move into the area Thursday morning, according to weather models.