Sierra Prepares To Be Buried Under Several Feet Of Snow From Atmospheric RiverWhile a mid-week atmospheric river will bring pounding rains to the San Francisco Bay Area, its wintery blast will bury the Sierra under as much as 6 feet of new snow, forecasters predicted Sunday.
Toppled Trees, Torn Branches Litter San Francisco Streets in Wake of Strong Winds SundayGusty winds knocked down trees in San Francisco and sent shivering diners scurrying home from outdoor dining spots around the city.
Get Set for Wet – 2 Days of Heavy Rain, Sierra Snow ExpectedRain will spread across the Bay Area late Sunday night and periods of rain will continue into Monday night.
Scientists Say Winter Is Shrinking At Both EndsAcross the United States, the year's first freeze has been arriving further and further into the calendar, according to more than a century of measurements from weather stations nationwide.
Late Spring Snow Showers Blanket Lake TahoeThe National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory in effect until 2 p.m Tuesday as a winter storm dusts light to moderate snow across the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Odd Bay Area December Weather Setting RecordsRarely does sunny and dry weather come with so many oddities, but this extremely dry weather will soon set some all-time records here in the Bay Area.
NTSB Asiana Flight 214 Hearings Postponed To WednesdayThe National Transportation Safety Board is postponing the beginning of a two-day hearing looking into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at SFO last July.
The Freeze Is On -- Shivering Cold To Linger Into The WeekPeople across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
Silicon Valley Records Historic Rainfall LowsTuesday’s wet weather is a welcome sight for water officials in Silicon Valley as the lack of rainfall this season has already reached historic levels.
PG&E Proposes Lower Stability Standards For Utility PolesThere’s a new effort by PG&E to lower the stability standards for its power poles, and the move has prompted concerns among state regulators in the wake of the San Bruno disaster.
Heavy Rains May Be Cause Of Bay Area Shark DeathsState biologists say they think they know what may have killed over 100 leopard sharks in the Bay Area in recent weeks - heavy rain diluting the bay's salinity.
Storm Brings Widespread Power Outages To Bay AreaMore than 30,000 people throughout the Bay Area lost power early Sunday morning because of the stormy weather, a utility spokesman said.
Cold, Snow To Put Icy Grip On Bay Area Starting Thursday EveningCold, wet weather will once again put an icy grip on the Bay Area as we head toward this weekend, bringing with it a chance that San Francisco could see some snow.
Storm Parade Soaks StateThe National Weather Service says the San Francisco Bay area caught only a portion of a powerful storm system that’s soaking Southern California.
PG&E To Reward Conservation Following San Bruno BlastNearly three months after the deadly pipeline explosion in San Bruno, natural gas still isn't flowing at full pressure into San Francisco and the Peninsula, so PG&E is offering a reward to customers who conserve during chilly winter days.