Today will be a cooler day across northern California. We’ll still see sunshine, but highs in the valley will linger in the upper 60s this afternoon, with temperatures in the 50s across the foothills.
The wind is coming back to the Sacramento region. Saturday was beautiful, but things will change as rain and wind arrive on Sunday.
The winds will die down today. They were strong enough to bring down tree limbs, but today conditions will be a little breezy.
High winds are creating havoc across Northern California, toppling trees on homes, cars and power lines.
The second round of a wet, windy storm is moving across Northern California, bringing with it localized flooding, knocking down trees and snarling traffic on the roads.
The first in a series of storms hit the Sacramento region Wednesday morning and the wet weather is expected to saturate the valley through the weekend.
Make sure you’re prepared for the notorious wind and cold at Candlestick Park.
Wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour have been rocking the valley Saturday and they’re not done yet.
A storm system has brought heavy rains and winds to Northern California, flooding roads and downing trees. And forecasters say more rain is on the way.
Cal Fire says low snowfall combined with the dry, windy conditions means there’s a higher risk of fire.
Nearly 250,000 customers are without electricity as violent winds continue to whip the Southland.
Crews along California’s Central Coast worked Friday to reopen a highway through the Big Sur area and repair damage from a flood that forced the evacuation of a mobile home park, as the region got a respite from a powerful storm that brought heavy wind and rain.