White Christmas Expected For Sierra: More Widespread Rain, Heavy Snow ComingRain and snow showers fell on Northern California on Wednesday in the first wave of a wet weather pattern that is expected to spread throughout the state and last through Christmas into next week, forecasters said.
Week Of Cold, Rain, Heavy Snow In Store For NorCal Leading Up To ChristmasCalifornia is facing a stormy holiday week, with heavy mountain snowfall and widespread rain elsewhere, forecasters said Monday.
I-80, Highway 50 Back Open In Sierra; Another Cold Storm On The WayInterstate 80 and Highway 50 in the high country are back open after going through closures Tuesday morning after a significant snowstorm moved in.
Sierra Snow Brings Blizzard-Like ConditionsSnow, slush, and potential for sliding is overtaking the Sierra. The winter storm in the Sierra brought drivers to a halt in Nyack to put on chains -- required to travel any further up the mountain.
Steady Rain and Wind Wreak Havoc in ValleyAn unrelenting rainstorm delivered a pounding downpour and powerful winds on Monday
High Wind And Heavy Rain Tear Through Sacramento Valley In Second Winter Storm
Storm Beginning Saturday Will Bring 'Significant' Amount Of Precipitation To Our RegionSeveral days of wet weather are in store for Northern California.
Some Sierra Spots Report More Than 2 Feet Of Snow Over Past 24 HoursWhile the storm has trailed off and the sun is now shining in many parts of the valley Monday morning, the Sierra is continuing to be hit with snow.
Updates: Strong Winds And Rain Moving Across Sacramento RegionThe storm has forced the cancelation of the Ironman triathlon and the Wheatland Music Festival.
Ironman California 2021 Triathlon Canceled Due To Safety Concerns Brought On By Powerful StormThe organizers of Ironman California 2021 triathlon say the race has been canceled due to the powerful storm that is expected to pummel Northern California today.
'Fire Hose' Of Subtropical Moisture Bearing Down On Bay Area; Flash Flood Watch For North BayAn atmospheric river fueled by "a fire hose of rich subtropical moisture" grew in intensity off the Northern California coast Friday, carrying with it the threat of potent downpours, flash flooding, mudslides in the burn zones of the September wildfires and blinding blizzards in the Sierra.