All Bay, All Day
The Bay Area is in store for another soaking overnight and into Thursday as a new storm system moves into the region.
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday morning welcomed Forestville resident Lynda Hopkins to the five-member board, giving it the county's first-ever female majority.
A main thoroughfare in Marin County has reopened after shutting down because of a fallen tree earlier Tuesday morning.
U.S. Highway 101 in Gilroy reopened early Monday morning after severe flooding Sunday night caused it to close.
One person has died after the car they were in went into the water near the Oakland International Airport this morning.
A storm system that arrived in the Bay Area on Saturday has resulted in several fallen trees, downed power lines and flooding throughout San Francisco, including an incident in which seven people were displaced from their homes this morning.
Age is likely a factor in a water main break that caused fire and utility crews to shut down an intersection in San Francisco's Bayview District Friday morning.
State Highway 113 between Fry and Hay roads south of Dixon reopened Friday at 2:44 p.m.
More rain is headed to the Bay Area overnight Friday night and into Saturday, with the greatest concentrations expected along the coastal mountains and in the North Bay.
High-tide flooding in Marin County is expected in December and January starting Sunday.
Rain and wind knocked out power, delayed flights across the Bay Area flooded roads Friday.
A potent early season storm is expected to bring rain, wind and coastal flooding to the Bay Area starting Thursday.
A flash flood watch is in effect until Sunday evening for the North Bay's mountains, interior valleys and coast, including Pt. Reyes National Seashore.
A flash flood warning has been issued this morning for western central Monterey County, National Weather Service officials said.
San Francisco city agencies are developing a plan to deal with rising sea levels, which are expected to pose a threat by the year 2100.
San Francisco officials are hoping removable barriers will protect businesses and residents at a flood-prone Mission District intersection.
The Great Highway, located on the west side of San Francisco, is closed this evening because of flooding.
Oakland public works officials are encouraging residents to notify them about streets in need of repair rather than taking matters into their own hands after potholes were found filled with brick fragments in West Oakland on Monday.
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San Francisco will make extra shelter beds available starting tonight in expectation of heavy rain this weekend.
The Bay Area is facing another wave of heavy rainfall on Tuesday morning that could bring rock slides and other problems.
Forecasters with the National Weather Service are expecting rain throughout the Bay Area into Sunday and Monday.
El Niño weather has hit the Bay Area and the worst is yet to come, according to the National Weather Service.
Bay Area residents can expect about an inch of rainfall in lower elevations and more than three inches in coastal and mountain areas.
Wet weather is coming to the Bay Area starting Friday and it should last through much of next week.
A new project in Foster City to raise the city's levee and provide greater flood protection for its residents may be underway soon.
Overnight rains led to limited flooding on highways in San Francisco and San Jose this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Voters in the Stinson Beach flood control zone have rejected a special 20-year tax for flood mitigation measures.
Weather officials are predicting rain for Thursday through the weekend in the Bay Area.
Crews in San Francisco have fixed a broken 8-inch water main near the Panhandle.
King tides are expected to impact shorelines across the Bay Area Monday through Wednesday.
Redwood City officials will continue to keep shelters open with limited hours Monday and Tuesday to help residents displaced by flooding, city officials said.
The Bay Area can expect heavy rain and strong winds that could uproot trees, down power lines and cause flooding.
More wet weather is expected in the Bay Area starting early Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the San Francisco Bay Area this morning.
The City is finally ready to put money in the pockets of the 46 homeowners and businesses flooded with rain and sewage in 2003 and 2004.
If you live under a rock with awesome insulation, news flash: It's raining in the Bay. Really, really hard.