Sierra Snowpack On Pace To Break 40-Year Record, Bay Area Rains Might Last Until April
The current gigantic snow dump, combined with January’s storms, could break 40-year-old snowpack records in parts of the state, as the forecast calls for more cold and precipitation through March and possibly into April.
Wind Ripped Metal Panels Off the SFPUC Building Tuesday, Cars Smashed, Plenty of Wind Mayhem Elsewhere
Amidst Tuesday afternoon’s wind gusts of nearly 65 miles per hour, two metal panels came flying off the SFPUC building near Civic Center, while downed trees and ripped-off roofs kept public employees busy all day.
Day Around the Bay: Wind Knocks Out More Lines, Now More Than 100,000 Customers Without Power
A Richmond District Dungeness crab favorite is moving, the Bay Bridge lanes shut down by a fallen tree in today’s storms are mostly reopen, but the number of Bay Area households without power has grown to more than 100,000.
President Biden To Visit Storm-Battered Santa Cruz and Central Coast on Thursday
As more Santa Cruz County roads and highways get pummeled by waves and reduced to rubble, President Biden will make a Thursday visit to the area to meet first responders, and likely announce more federal disaster relief.
Mission District and Bernal Heights Restaurants Gear Up For More Floods, As Another Gigantic Storm Looms
Barely 72 hours after being battered by floods, several Bay Area restaurants are gearing up for another “bomb cyclone/atmospheric river,” and many have not even reopened after Saturday’s weather-related mayhem.
Atmospheric River Causes Mudslides And Floods, As 24 Straight Hours Of Rain Predicted
12 AM Update: While somewhat delayed, #AtmosphericRiver has arrived! Widespread rainfall expected through the night. T-Storms also possible. pic.twitter.com/76fxOlEMaU— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) February 20, 2017 The current wave of