First Bay Area rain this fall could uproot trees, down power lines
The first consequential dousing of rain in about seven months is on course to hit the Bay Area Thursday evening and is expected to slicken roadways during Friday morning’s commute and possibly flood low-lying coastal areas through the weekend, officials said.
The downpour — the brunt of which in San Francisco is expected during Friday morning’s commute — will free oils and dirt that have been caked on Bay Area’s roads for months, causing “very difficult” driving conditions on the slippery asphalt.
Powerful Santa Ana winds up to 60 mph are expected to hit the Los Angeles area Thursday, heightening brush fire conditions and creating the potential for downed power lines and hazardous driving conditions, the National Weather Serv...
Los Angeles weather: Rain that doused much of Los Angeles County on Sunday, causing some flooding, is expected to taper off by the evening.
A winter-like storm billed as the one of the most powerful to hit California in years began living up to the hype Thursday, with powerful wind gusts uprooting trees and lots of rain pouring over the northern half of the state.
Yikes: a big tree fell down near on Haight between Scott and Pierce early Monday evening, resulting in downed power and Muni lines. "Muni has been rerouted in the area, there may be delays," reports AlertSF. Please, at the very leas...