Sunshine and mid 80s continues through tomorrow. The next front comes in Thursday but doesn't do much to current conditions, except being a bit milder by late week in the 79-to-82-degree range. The dry air is stirring up pollen and raising fire risks. Tracking the Tropics: A lot to track in the Atlantic but no threats to the U.S. at this time. We are almost on to our second list of hurricane names.
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- Orlando Sentinel
ORLANDO, Fla. — It may be getting cooler, but there is still 36 day left in the Atlantic hurricane season, and experts are watching an area of disturbance Monday morning that could produce the next storm of the year. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring the U.S. East Coast, where it expects a non-tropical low-pressure system to emerge in the next day or so. The frontal low should move ...
A 'bomb cyclone' hit California. Photos and videos show the mudslides, floods, and destruction left in its wake.
The storm dumped record-breaking rain on California, leading to flash flooding and evacuations in some areas.
California’s ‘atmospheric rivers’ and ‘bomb cyclone’ bring scant long-term rain relief — a look at the Western drought by the numbers
Moderate to heavy rain fell across Northern California heading into a weekend that's expected bring stormy weather to the drought-ravaged state, which is among the hardest hit as the U.S. West continues to strain under dry conditions.
- LA Times
Sacramento and San Francisco both set records for rainfall on Sunday.
NOAA; Map: Kavya Beheraj/Axios; Data: NOAA; Map: Kavya Beheraj/AxiosThe return of La Niña for the second straight year means winter in Colorado will bring warmer temperatures and less precipitation than normal, according to a new forecast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.Why it matters: Dry conditions have fueled some of Colorado's most devastating wildfires, including last year's East Troublesome blaze, which raged for more than a month and destroyed nearly 194,000 acres.S
- KGO – San Francisco
STORM WATCH: Several drivers abandoned their vehicles on I-880 in Fremont after flooding from one of the strongest storms to hit the Bay Area in years blocked the freeway early Monday.
Raw video of damage in North Bay as storm rips through the Bay Area
- USA TODAY
Bomb cyclone, atmospheric river blasts West Coast; 2 dead in Seattle area; hundreds of thousands without power
A furious storm unleashed from a "bomb cyclone" over the Pacific Ocean slammed Northern California, bringing fierce winds and dangerous flooding.
- The Guardian
‘Atmospheric river’ expected to bring record-breaking rainfall, strong winds and to wreak havoc across northern part of state Storm roars ashore in California, flooding highways, toppling trees and causing mud flows in areas burned bare by recent fires. Photograph: NOAA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/REX/Shutterstock A powerful storm has roared ashore in California, flooding cities, toppling trees and causing mud flows in areas burned bare by recent fires. With an armful of belongings, Pablo Paredes (l
- NBC News
More than 90 million people are under the risk of flooding rain, high winds and severe storms through Wednesday.
- WABC – NY
With heavy rain and high winds expected from a nor'easter Monday night into Tuesday, communities around the Tri-State region have begun to prepare.
(Bloomberg) -- Sacramento had its rainiest day in history and downpours made the record books in San Francisco as a powerful Pacific storm ripped across the West, spilling rocks onto highways, toppling trees and leaving thousands without power. Most Read from BloombergCities' Answer to Sprawl? Go Wild.Hamburg Is at the Heart of Germany’s Growing Dilemma Over ChinaWhy Americans and Britons Are Rushing to Buy Idyllic Homes in ItalyOne of California’s Wealthiest Counties Could Run Out of Water Next
- CBS News Videos
CBS News' meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli forecasts the developing "bomb cyclone" storms headed for California.
Data: NOAA; Map: Will Chase/Axios The extreme atmospheric river pummeling parts of Northern California — attached to a record strong bomb cyclone, no less — may be a poor indicator of how this winter will treat the West.Why it matters: With much of the West locked in the first climate change-related megadrought, with an especially pronounced dry period since 2020, hopes are pinned on the rain and mountain snow that could fall during the wet season.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios M
- CBS News Videos
Californians are under evacuation warnings from yet another extreme weather event — this time a storm system known as a "bomb cyclone." The storms are expected to bring massive rainfall and strong winds, which can lead to flash flooding and mudslides. Lilia Luciano reports.
Flash flood watches were issued across parts of the mid-Atlantic on Monday afternoon as a powerful storm took shape off the Atlantic coast. It will bring miserable weather conditions to areas from the mid-Atlantic coast to New England this week, and AccuWeather forecasters say it's just the first of multiple storms that take aim at the Northeast during the final week of October. The storm has been categorized as a nor'easter since it will be spreading northeasterly winds along the coast and is t
- The Guardian
Northern California faces flash flood risk and threat of mudslides, especially in fire-charred areas The storm could put 10 million people at risk of flash floods over the weekend. Photograph: NOAA/Zuma Press Wire Service/Rex/Shutterstock A huge Pacific storm is poised to unleash conditions known as an “atmospheric river”, with torrential rains and strong winds putting about 10 million people at risk of flash floods in parts of northern California this weekend. The incoming tempest has raised fe
A series of powerful "atmospheric river" storms are delivering historic amounts of rainfall across parts of drought-stricken California and the Pacific Northwest.Why it matters: The atmospheric river, packing large amounts of moisture, was causing Northern California to whiplash from drought to flood, as it slowly moved south overnight. It's triggered widespread power outages, flooding and mudslides.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.A stormy and wet perio
- Idaho Statesman
The National Weather Service of Boise issued a wind advisory from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, expecting gusts of up to 55 mph.
With a major storm expected to hit the Bay Area Sunday, a rubber dam on the Russian River near Forestville was deflated Saturday to prevent damage to the dam from high river flows. John Ramos reports. (10-23-21)