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Forecasters said Sunday they expect more rain for California, but the two water-bearing fronts approaching the region aren’t packing the wallop delivered by a major storm last week.
Another storm will arrive in our area on Monday. It won’t have the powerful winds and won’t bring as much rain as the last one.
ore than 4,000 customers in the Reno-Tahoe area remained without power Friday, a day after an intense storm produced winds of up to nearly 150 mph and dropped as much as 22 inches of snow.
SMUD officials confirms a worker was hit by a car at Rio Linda Boulevard and Alamos Avenue Thursday morning.
A storm expected to be one of the windiest and rainiest in five years pushed across parts of Northern California early Thursday after schools canceled classes and residents stocked up on supplies.
The American River Flood Control Agency says it doesn’t anticipate any major levee breaches or overflowing creeks, but they are checking them out just in case.
Caltrans trucks are ready to roll in the Sierra as the threat of a storm sparks the first blizzard warnings in the region since January 2008.
The storm is expected to blow in with high winds and heavy rain, likely knocking down trees and power lines and causing flooding, especially where leaves are blocking drains.
Gina Kern left the North Highlands sandbagging site with her truck bed filled to capacity thanks to some help from 9-year-old Gibson and 8-year-old Madison.
Hydrologists are eagerly awaiting this Thursday’s storm to see how much water runoff can be saved during the drought, and some are already making plans for that water.
Wind gusts heading up to 60 mph could send strands of lights and yard decorations flying starting late Wednesday and through Friday.