Rain and high winds, including hurricane-force gusts in some areas, lashed the Bay Area overnight, brining down trees and power lines.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the next several days for portions of Northern California, including the Bay Area.
There have already been about 100 flight cancellations at San Francisco International Airport Thursday because of rain and wind locally as well as bad weather elsewhere in the county.
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.
Repair work has not begun in a sinkhole in Moraga that interrupted gas service to 2,500 PG&E customers on Sunday.
Bay Area residents are about to get a break from the warm and dry weather that has parked itself over the region.
The city of Pacifica will begin repairing its damaged seawall and promenade on Beach Boulevard, near the Pacifica Municipal Pier, later this month, city officials said Thursday.
Police helped rescue a puppy Saturday in East San Jose after it got stuck in a storm drain.
Failing bluffs along the Pacifica shoreline have led city officials to declare a third apartment building uninhabitable.
A state of emergency was declared Friday in Pacifica because of storm damage to private and public property
A storm system that brought badly needed rain departed Tuesday, but another one is right behind it.
Wet weather is coming to the Bay Area starting Friday and it should last through much of next week.
The amount of rain that fell in major Bay Area cities since early Thursday morning has been about an inch or less.
An advisory warning residents to stay out of the water at Monterey Municipal Beach has been expanded to all county beaches for at least the next three days.
Fire crews removed eight ducklings from a storm drain near Interstate Highway 680 in Concord.
Overnight rains led to limited flooding on highways in San Francisco and San Jose this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Nearly 15,000 PG&E customers in the Bay Area were without power Friday afternoon.
Weather officials are predicting rain for Thursday through the weekend in the Bay Area.
A big-rig that struck a pole in Fairfield Tuesday morning spilled a large quantity of diesel fuel.
PG&E reported late Thursday night about 6,000 residents in the Bay Area were still without power.
A 12-year-old student was hospitalized but not seriously hurt Thursday after an 80-foot tree fell and trapped him.
A much-anticipated major storm blew into the Bay Area Thursday morning as promised.
Businesses, schools and residents are preparing for the worst as a potent storm strikes.
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.
A series of storms look to provide some much-needed relief for the current drought.
A bacterial epidemic caused by water contaminated with rat urine has hit a flood-ravaged region in the northern Philippines.
If you live under a rock with awesome insulation, news flash: It's raining in the Bay. Really, really hard.
Sunday morning's storm caused mass power outages, traffic accidents and at least one fatality.