Winds 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.
Another storm will arrive in our area on Monday. It won’t have the powerful winds and won’t bring as much rain as the last one.
Californians are cleaning up Saturday from a major storm that soaked the drought-stricken state before moving east to drop rain on Arizona.
Sacramento Fire crews had to pull two people out of a house fire in South Sacramento on Thursday morning.
A storm will arrive on Wednesday night that will bring more rain than the storm that hit last week.
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.
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:
Firefighters were racing to control a wildfire that threatened more than 500 homes in central California before hotter, drier weather sets in later in the week.
Allergy sufferers take note, gusty winds will be stirring up a lot of particulate matter this week.
Temperatures are hitting the 80s this weekend, but the winds of change are ahead.
Two people got the scare of their life after a tree was blown over, trapping them inside.