Rain is expected to return to the Bay Area this coming Tuesday, followed by more rain Thursday and Friday.
A flash flood watch has been issued for this afternoon through Tuesday morning for several areas affected by the North Bay wildfires.
People whose jobs were affected by the North Bay wildfires have about another month to file for disaster unemployment assistance.
The City of Santa Rosa Water Department on Friday issued notices advising some customers in the Fountaingrove neighborhood to stop drinking tap water due to damage caused to the water system from the recent North Bay fires.
Sonoma County residents with properties destroyed by the North Bay wildfires can have debris and hazardous waste removed through a government program.
Several parts of the Bay Area have been included in an expanded Red Flag Warning for most of Thursday.
There are roughly 87,000 utility customers without electrical service in the North Bay, with the majority of those customers in Sonoma and Napa counties.
The Sonoma Raceway is opening its 50-acre campground this afternoon to evacuees from the several wildfires currently burning in the North Bay.
A heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service for the Bay Area has been upgraded to an excessive heat warning on Thursday.
A late-season storm expected to hit the Bay Area Thursday morning could bring wet weather and slick roadways until early Friday morning.
Rain and high winds, including hurricane-force gusts in some areas, lashed the Bay Area overnight, brining down trees and power lines.
Roughly 25,000 utility customers were without electrical service as of Monday evening due to widespread power outages.
Two more wet weather systems are expected over the next five days in the San Francisco Bay Area before the air gets cooler and drier late next week.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the next several days for portions of Northern California, including the Bay Area.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Napa River near St. Helena, effective Thursday afternoon until further notice.
More than 10,000 people remain without power in the Bay Area Tuesday morning, the bulk of them in the North Bay, as PG&E crews work to repair storm-related outages in the region.
Greasy rags are suspected of causing a fire at the back of a commercial kitchen cleaning company's warehouse in west Santa Rosa on Wednesday night.
A freeze warning was issued for much of the Bay Area for this weekend, National Weather Service officials said this morning.
A strong storm is possible on Thursday in the Bay Area in the second of two rain systems forecasted for the week.
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.
The National Weather Service is issuing a high surf advisory Thursday for coastal parts of the Bay Area.
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.
Uber cut prices Saturday in the San Francisco Bay Area, Uber officials said.
Two boaters in distress were able to safely walk to shore after a 30-foot commercial vessel lost power in the North Bay and ran aground.
A storm system that brought badly needed rain departed Tuesday, but another one is right behind it.
Bay Area commuters may have a wet commute on the way home Thursday evening, depending on where they are driving.
Commuters can expect wet upcoming commutes as rain and gusty winds move into the Bay Area Wednesday evening.
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital's intensive care unit for newborns has been designated a Community Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Strong winds have knocked out power, slowed BART and caused delays at San Francisco International Airport.
A brisk Christmas Eve is expected in the Bay Area with minimal rain and moments of gusty winds that will quickly move south.
PG&E reported late Thursday night about 6,000 residents in the Bay Area were still without power.
PG&E is working on a 50 reported gas leaks, in addition to restoring power for 21,000 customers.
Three East Bay men have been arrested after a Santa Rosa jewelry store was held up at gunpoint.
A Carl's Jr. off 101 in Novato was bought last month by Chick-fil-A with plans to open there by 2014.