All Bay, All Day
Near-record-breaking temperatures are expected over the next few days in the Bay Area.
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.
As many as three storms could drop rain on the Bay Area next week with the potential for heavy rain later in the week.
The city of San Jose held its first public hearing this afternoon to discuss its responsibility in the flood that caused an estimated $73 million in damage.
The city of San Jose started the process of applying for state and federal emergency relief funds Monday.c
In recent weeks, California has experienced unusually heavy rainfall. California is also earthquake-prone, hosting the great San Andreas fault zone.
A large section of state Highway 37 in Marin County reopened Thursday morning after being partially or fully closed since early January.
Officials in San Jose announced Thursday morning that city staff members are beginning storm recovery and cleanup.
A mudslide Monday night closed Alexander Avenue which connects Sausalito and U.S. Highway 101 to the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Bay Area is about to get a much-deserved break from the heavy rains that battered the region Monday and caused major flooding.
Roughly 25,000 utility customers were without electrical service as of Monday evening due to widespread power outages.
The Anderson Reservoir near Morgan Hill can hold 89,491 acre-feet of water and is now 99 percent full.
A number of public and private schools in Marin County have decided to close their campuses Thursday due to severe weather.
The rain is returning to the Bay Area later this week, with some areas receiving up to three inches.
The Bay Area is in store for another soaking overnight and into Thursday as a new storm system moves into the region.
Temperatures in Northern California are expected to drop dramatically this week
A storm expected to hit the Bay Area late Thursday night could bring up to three inches of rain in some areas along with high winds and surf and possible thunderstorms, the National Weather Service said Thursday.
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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.
Temperatures in the Bay Area are expected to drop in the next coming days followed by wet weather later in the week.
Beachgoers are being cautioned as a large, long-period swell is expected to affect Bay Area beaches later this week.
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.
Drivers throughout the Bay Area are being cautioned to drive carefully because moderate to heavy drizzle forecast for Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
The Bay Area's first Spare the Air smog alert for the year has been called for Thursday.
Triple-digit temperatures are expected in inland Bay Area locations later this week.
Temperatures around the Bay Area will pick up drastically during the middle of the week, possibly breaking previous records.
A flash flood warning has been issued this morning for western central Monterey County, National Weather Service officials said.
San Francisco officials are hoping removable barriers will protect businesses and residents at a flood-prone Mission District intersection.
Three storm systems forecast for Thursday through Monday could drop up to eight inches of rain in the North Bay mountains and lesser amounts across the rest of the Bay Area, National Weather Service forecasters said.
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Bay Area residents are about to get a break from the warm and dry weather that has parked itself over the region.
Rainfall and the Sierra Nevada snowpack's water content have significantly improved this water year.
San Francisco will make extra shelter beds available starting tonight in expectation of heavy rain this weekend.
More heavy rainfall is headed to the Bay Area in the form of two storms starting overnight Friday.
The Bay Area is facing another wave of heavy rainfall on Tuesday morning that could bring rock slides and other problems.