Storm Expected To Arrive OvernightA new Pacific storm heading toward California is expected overnight, spreading rain and mountain snow in the northern half of the state before moving south.
Tornado Warnings Issued For Parts Of Central ValleyA tornado warning for part of central Stanislaus County has been extended. The area under warning includes Turlock, Keyes, and Denair.
Spring Showers, Gusty Winds Expected To Hit California This WeekAfter several weeks of dry weather, the start of spring will bring rain showers to California throughout the week.
Federal Government's 2017 Quake Forecast Highlights Oklahoma, CaliforniaFederal scientists forecast that Oklahoma will continue to have the nation's biggest man-made earthquake problem this year but it probably won't be as shaky as recent years.
At Least One Tahoe Ski Resort Planning On Staying Open Until Fourth Of JulyWhen you think about celebrating the Fourth Of July, thoughts turn to fireworks and backyard barbeques but not really taking a run down a Lake Tahoe ski slope.
Reno Breaks Record For Wettest YearSince last Oct. 1, Reno has recorded 12.74 inches of precipitation, the service said. The old mark for a 12-month water season was 12.72 from Oct. 1, 1982 to Sept. 30, 1983.
Communities Downstream From Don Pedro Reservoir Continue To Brace For FloodingThe Tuolumne River continues to swell with the opening one of the spillways at the Don Pedro Reservoir.
Flooding Claiming Bee Colonies In Stanislaus CountyThousands of bee boxes were under water during the storm. At $200 a box that's hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Rare Releases From Don Pedro Spillway Reach ModestoThe Tuolumne River continues to swell with the opening of the Don Pedro spillway. The river rose above flood stage Tuesday, and the city of Modesto is seeing some of that impact.
Wet Weather Returning - And Will Stick Around A WhileThe next round of rain is coming our way and is expected to stick around until at least early next week.
Tyler Island Residents Watch As Crews Race To Shore Up Damaged LeveeThe reclamation district which oversees levees in the area noticed a hole in the levee on Monday -- It's now 70 feet wide.
Soggy January Hasn't Solved California's Groundwater Problems In DroughtWater experts say what's happening above ground does not provide a full water picture. California's underground supplies remain far below normal.