Wet weather is helping California firefighters gain control of a massive wildfire threatening thousands of homes in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Storm chaser Scott Nicholson remembers the day he first fell in love with extreme weather.
Unsettled weather, including possible lightning strikes, may add fuel to an already stubborn wildfire threatening homes in a parched area of Northern California, officials said Sunday.
These past few days have been anything but typical when it comes to summer weather in our area. Here are a few of the highlights:
If you’ve ever had the feeling you’re being watched while you water your lawn, there’s a good chance you are during this historic drought.
Anyone whose been outside today knows it’s hot. Temperatures on Monday afternoon soared into the triple digits and while some folks stayed inside and enjoyed some air conditioning, others braved the heat with a little […]
Rain falling in the Sierra Nevada is a welcome relief for crews trying to snuff out a wildfire on the edge of Reno. But it’s also bringing new challenges in the steep, slippery, canyons prone to landslides northeast of Lake Tahoe.
An unseasonable spring heat wave is building in California under the influence of a high pressure system that is sending air rushing toward the coast and offshore.
The Sacramento Valley will see temperatures reaching almost 90 degrees on Monday. It’s fairly early in the season for triple-digit heat, but we’ll get close. Temperatures will top out at 94 on Tuesday, 98 on Wednesday, 98 on Thursday and 91 on Friday.
There are a few light showers clipping the valley early this morning with rain totals less than .10”.
Get your sunscreen ready because it’s heating up! The temperatures will rise in the next several days, making for an unseasonably warm rest of the workweek.
A late-season Pacific storm brought rain and snow to California on Friday, though it was not expected to make much of a dent in the state’s ongoing drought.