National Weather Service
Rising temperatures, falling humidity levels and Santa Ana winds are elevating fire danger in bone-dry Southern California, and forecasters say the building fall heat wave will push temperatures well above normal from San Diego to San Francisco.
The National Weather Service has rated the tornado that touched down in Glenn County Wednesday as an EF1.
The National Weather Service is asking tornado spotters to be on the lookout for weak funnel clouds that could be hitting the northern part of the Sacramento Valley Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has given Friday’s tornado spotted near Woodland an EF0 rating.
Rain from Southern California storm not enough to ease the state’s drought.
Sacramento ended 2013 14 inches below average rainfall.
Folsom tells homeowners to turn off sprinklers as Folsom Lake was at 367 feet on Monday, or 21 percent of capacity and 43 percent of normal for this time of the year.
Three of the victims died at homeless encampments in San Jose, while a fourth died in a garage “with the door opened.”
A large storm already blamed for at least eight deaths in the West slogged through Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and other parts of the Southwest on Sunday, leading to hundreds of flight cancellations as it slowly churned east ahead of Thanksgiving.
3 people were killed in blustery Northern California, football playoffs were called off because of rain in Arizona, and dozens of cars became stranded in snowy rural Nevada as winter weather barreled through the West.
Two people have been killed as high winds whipped through the Bay Area that knocked out power to thousands of residents.
Storm totals as of 4 AM Wed: Valley rain (north-Yuba City, Oroville): 1-1.5” Valley rain (Sac area): .50-.75” Valley rain (Stockton area): .30” Foothills rain: .75 – 1” Sierra snow: 3”+ (above 6500’) Today: Additional […]