As Snow And Rain Fall, Fire Areas Still Drynow fell Saturday in the Sierra Nevada and rain hit the far north as a storm swept through California. But the fire-ravaged wine country remained dry despite fears of mudslides.
Light Snow And Rain To Grow Heavy In Northern CaliforniaSnow began dusting the ski slopes and peaks of the Sierra Nevada and rain fell on the far northern reaches of California.
Weird Weather Year Continues As More Rain Expected Later In WeekIf you thought these 90-degree days meant that wet weather is finally behind us, get ready for a surprise. 
For Some Californians, Effects Of Punishing Drought Not OverDespite record rain and snow, California's drought emergency has not ended for thousands of people in four rural counties.
1,800 Temporary Workers Being Hired In California Counties Hit By Winter StormsPeople looking for part-time work in Northern California might have a better chance at landing a job, thanks to the U.S. Department of Labor.
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.
Crews Begin Restarting Power Plant At Oroville DamCrews have restarted one of six turbines in a power plant at the base of Oroville Dam, allowing them to release water from the Northern California lake without having to send it over a badly damaged spillway.
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.
Central Valley In Flood Danger StageNational Weather Service announced Sunday Afternoon that Central Valley has entered flood danger stage and are requesting residents to prepare for possible evacuations.
Southern California Rain Eases; North Facing Renewed StormA huge Pacific storm that parked itself over Southern California and unloaded, ravaging roads, opening sinkholes and leading to the deaths of at least three people, eased off Saturday. But it was only a temporary reprieve as new storms took aim farther north.
Pacific Storm In Southern California Causes DeathsA huge Pacific storm parked itself over Southern California and unloaded, ravaging roads, opening sinkholes and leading to the deaths of at least two people.
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.

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