Feds: California Drought Ends In Nearly One-Fourth Of The StateOn Thursday, 12 percent of the state had normal or better moisture and another 12 percent was rated unusually dry but not in drought.
Study: High Temperatures Caused Low 2015 Snowpack Across WestThe new study suggests greenhouse gases were a major contributor to the high temperatures. The study was published Monday in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
California Water Conservation Improves In September, Still Trails 2015Californians used 18 percent less water than usual in September than in the same month during the benchmark year of 2013. That compares with 26 percent less usage in September last year.
Northern California Logs Unusually Wet OctoberAmid a wet start to California's rainy season, and some mending of Californians' backsliding ways on water conservation, the advice of the state's drought czar: Relax and enjoy the rain. For now.
Apple Hill Hopes Rain Doesn't Deter VisitorsThe rain is hitting on one of the busiest weekends all year for Apple Hill visitors.
Series Of Storms Start Will Start With A Wet Friday Morning Commute In SacramentoRain is expected on Friday in the Sacramento area, just in time for the morning drive, but before that comes, it's going to be a windy Thursday.
Noon Forecast - Dec. 8, 2016All we see is wet weather in the foreseeable future.
Morning Forecast - Dec. 8, 2016A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect this morning.
Noon Forecast - Dec. 7, 2016Find out when some rain is expected to hit today.
Morning Forecast - Dec. 7, 2016Find out when some rain is expected to hit the area today.
Noon Forecast - Dec. 6, 2016Find out when wet weather is expected to roll back into the region.
Morning Forecast - Dec. 6, 2016A freeze watch is in effect for tonight and the early morning hours.