A late season storm blowing in from the north has triggered a winter weather advisory in the Sierra, where several inches of snow is expected at Lake Tahoe Saturday and up to a foot in the upper elevations.
The drought have been tough on wineries, but Tuesday’s severe weather added to the woes. Pea-sized hail ripped up fines at Fields Family Wines in Lodi, where the owner describes the damage as moderate to severe.
Forecasters say that welcomed rain and snow are falling in Northern California, but the wet weather will do little to ease a drought gripping the state.
The recent snow that coated the slopes and sent some cars off of the road barely made a dent in the Sierra snowpack, which has hit historic lows in recent snow surveys. The next one is slated for Tuesday.
Anthony Harney and Jeremy McCaffrey drove up from Monterey to get some moonlit runs in at Boreal. The longtime friends were some of the hundreds to hit the slopes and take advantage of the weekend winter system.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
This year’s lack of snow is dealing a big blow to the Lake Tahoe economy. Officials at Squaw Valley Resort have cancelled a major world cup snowboarding event because there’s just not enough snow.
We’re expecting to see some significant rain this weekend. Even though we will see a mix of clouds and sunshine today, no wet weather will reach our region. The weather will be quiet between now […]
Two photos, one taken on February 1, 2014 and another taken exactly a year later, show just how non-existent the Sierra snowpack is this year.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
The overall wind pattern remains light, allowing patchy fog to develop. The upper cloud cover is non-existent and a ridge of high pressure is developing and pushes to the north.
Authorities say more than 180 people have been rescued from dozens of vehicles that got stuck on snowbound highways during heavy snowfall in the San Bernardino Mountains.