Californians are cleaning up Saturday from a major storm that soaked the drought-stricken state before moving east to drop rain on Arizona.
Federal flood forecaster Alan Haynes says the Russian River is expected to exceed flood stage at 3 a.m. Friday and that the peak of the flooding will occur by 10 a.m.
The wind barely whispered outside a Sacramento Target on Wednesday, but the threat of 70 mph wind gusts knocking out power cleared shelves of flashlights and batteries.
A new federal report says you can’t blame man-made global warming for the devastating California drought.
A Granite Bay home CBS13 came upon had flooded after a nearby pond overflowed and expanded into the neighborhood. Fire crews worked into the night with pumps trying to clear the water from the front of the home.
A second day of much-needed rain fell across drought-stricken California on Wednesday, but the storm had so far produced few of the problems such as flooding and mudslides that had threatened areas left barren by wildfires.
California is bracing for the arrival of a new, more powerful Pacific storm following a weekend of scattered rain, showers and snow.
Sacramento will speed up the city-wide installation of water meters at homes and businesses — hoping to beat a state-mandated 2025 deadline by five years.
The winter weather is officially here.
Round three of rain arrives this evening. Some showers are possible on the northern end of the valley beginning after 4 p.m,, spreading area-wide around 10 p.m. Rain overnight continues into Saturday morning with some scattered showers possible through Saturday night.
A wet weather pattern is setting up beginning Wednesday morning and continuing into the weekend.