Lightning-Sparked Fire Damages Antelope HomeLightning sparked a house fire in Antelope on Friday night.
The Grant Napear Show - May 26, 2015 - Seg 10
Storm Packs Strong Winds, Heavy Rains, Power OutagesIt was a light drizzle at a home, but as the showers intensified and lightning struck. A woman was sent fleeing with her children from their burning house. Firefighters contained the fire in the garage, but there was more trouble down the street.
Atmospheric River Sweeps Through Northern CaliforniaIt was a cold, stormy weekend in Sacramento – the type of weather the region hasn't often seen in the past few years.
Rain Keeps Tow Truck Drivers Busy In SacramentoThe tow calls on a rainy Sacramento Friday have been constant, which is fine with him. The more cars Robert tows, the more money he makes.
Storm Brings Rain, Snow, Thunder, House Fire To Northern CaliforniaThe rain turned into snow a lot lower than expected making for a mess on the roadways. In the Blue Canyon area, Hector Ochoa and his family weren’t expecting to get stuck in four hours of messy traffic between Sacramento and Kingvale.
Thunder, Lightning Herald Arrival Of Weekend Of Storms In SacramentoThe lightning was to blame for a number of power outages, leaving more than 1,000 people without power at different times on Friday. The DMV in Sacramento was also without power for a time this morning.
134 mph Wind Gust Closes Ski Resorts Around Lake Tahoe, Snaps Trees, Downs Power LinesWinds gusting up to 134 mph over ridge tops early Friday closed ski resorts around Lake Tahoe, snapped dozens of trees more than 2 feet-thick, downed power lines and sparked a series of small brush fires.
Thunder, Lightning Signals Arrival Of Storm; Power Outages ReportedThe bulk of 2015’s first major storm will hit just after the Friday morning commute.
First Significant Storm Of 2015 Set To Roll Through Sacramento Region This WeekendStorms will roll through starting later Thursday night. The peak of the first wave of the storm is expected to roll through during rush hour in Sacramento, between 4 and 6 p.m. Winds in the valley are expected to come from the south at 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.
Storms Expose Rare Fossils On Pacific Coast BeachesThe storms that struck California this month has uncovered fossils on beaches and mountains along the Pacific Coast that date back anywhere from 5,000 to 10 million years.
New Storm Drops Rain Across Already Soggy CaliforniaThe first storm in a one-two punch of much-needed moisture arrived Tuesday in Southern California, bringing light rain after unleashing downpours in the northern part of the state.