A second day of showers and thunderstorms in southern and central California was expected to bring heavy rain and set more rainfall records in what is usually a dry month.
t least 10 people are displaced from their flooded apartments in West Sacramento after a sprinkler went off.
Walkers, joggers and bikers who use Sibley Road as a path for exercise had to find another route as it is shut down near Blue Ravine Road. Nearby Willow Creek can’t contain the stormwater. No businesses or homes nearby are threatened.
Last week, a heavy downpour that only lasted a couple of hours flooded part of a freeway. And now, Sacramento is due for another round of rain that’s supposed to be even more intense.
You never know when you’re going to need flood insurance. Even if your mortgage lender doesn’t require insurance, this round of storms might have you thinking twice about getting coverage.
Like a prehistoric dinosaur chewing up branches, The Claw was unleashed on unsuspecting plant debris in gutters that could cause flooding.
A building ban has been in place since 2008 due to a high flood risk in Natomas. President Obama signed a bill June to build up the levees that protect the city.
Guests were temporarily displaced after minor flooding in downtown Sacramento hotel last night.
Grass Valley was one of the areas that received a bunch of rain last week, and parts of a daycare center floated away when a nearby creek flooded.
In Roseville, flooding has been a problem in the past. Fortunately, this year no homes really had any significant damage.
It has been a tense couple of days for residents in Truckee. Some even had sand bags ready Saturday night and their eye on the river Sunday.
A National Weather Service hydrologist says a powerful storm is colder than expected and is bringing more snow and less rainfall than forecast, blunting the flooding danger on the Truckee River.