Central Valley Citrus Groves Dodge Hard FreezeCalifornia's citrus industry in the Central Valley dodged a hard freeze feared during recent cold nights. Temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley dipped to the high 20s and low 30s, ideal for most types of citrus for short periods.
Light Rain Sprinkles Give Way To Clear Skies This AfternoonChain controls are in effect for the Sierra this morning, but continue to move higher up in elevation as the storm system moves east.
Christmas Eve Storm Bringing Low Snow To FoothillsThe next storm, which arrives early Thursday morning, is forecasted to bring snow to 1,500 feet, if not a little lower in some places.
Wet Storms Making Positive Impact On California DroughtStorms have consistently rolled through our region recently, but the question we’ve gotten over and over is whether they are really making a dent on our drought?
Extreme Weather Poses Increasing Threat To US Power GridWhen Hurricane Katrina's punishing storm surge plowed ashore, it swamped seven of Coast Electric Power Association's substations, vital to powering thousands of Mississippi homes and businesses.
Storm Expected To Bring Significant Rainfall, SnowLight rain and snow fell throughout the day Sunday. The Sierra will see another inch of snow tonight.
Heavy ‘Sierra Cement’ Snow Expected With Next Storm A cloudy day is in store for the Sacramento region, but big changes could be coming as soon as Wednesday night.
Record Lows Recorded As Cold Snap Covers Central ValleyFreeze warnings are in effect for the early morning hours across the valley as cold weather continues this weekend.
Strong, Winter-Like Storm Blankets Sierra With Snow, Creates Travel HeadachesA delivery driver had no chains for the trailer he’s supposed to have in Lodi by Wednesday and not enough money to buy them.
Winter Storm Expected To Dump Snow In The Sierra, Make Freeway Travel DifficultA storm approaching our area Tuesday will first bring snow to and wind gusts to the high country, kicking in along Interstate 80 and parts north by 9 a.m.
Thanksgiving Travel At Levels Not Seen Since 2007The holiday travel rush is in full swing, and travel experts say they expect more people to leave home for Thanksgiving this year than in any single year dating back to 2007.
Tornado Warning Part Of Wild Weather Day As Storm Brings Welcome Rain, SnowRadar echoes just before 6 p.m. indicated the possibility of a funnel cloud, but a combination of darkness, heavy rain and the rural area made it difficult to spot if one descended.
Another Round Of Rain Coming To Sacramento Area Monday Morning A storm system moving across California is bringing cool, wet weather and snow in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Rain Creates Rush On Windshield Wipers At Sacramento StoresRain brought traffic to a halt along many roadways in Sacramento County, as slick surfaces and high speeds caused drivers to spin out.
October Was Hottest On Record For Southern CaliforniaMost of Southern California experienced the hottest October ever, with temperatures in some areas breaking records by several degrees.