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A "bomb cyclone" is wreaking havoc across an already soaked California, killing at least five people in the San Francisco Bay Area, including four hit by falling trees or limbs, officials said. A dramatic drop in atmospheric pressure triggered the so-called bomb cyclone that swept in from the Pacific Ocean and clobbered the San Francisco area. The storm packed heavy rain and wind gusts of up to 90 mph that knocked down trees, blocking major roadways and highways, officials said.
A lake that dried up 80 years ago looked set on Tuesday to reappear, as monster rainfall accumulated over California's wet winter season overwhelms the state's rivers.In California's Central Valley, authorities issued evacuation orders for residents of communities in Tulare County, where a lake that dried up around World War II was set to reappear.
California is drenched.
Water gushed fiercely from a dam in northern Arizona on Wednesday, March 22, amid evacuation orders in the area due to potential flooding.Footage posted to Twitter shows Sullivan Lake, a reservoir situated near Paulden, Yavapai County, on Wednesday.According to the National Weather Service, flooding continued in “nearly every waterway in Yavapai County and northern Gila County” on Wednesday morning. Credit: Yavapai County Flood Control District via Storyful
It’s been quite the winter for snow lovers in the West, but too much of the white stuff has turned into a nightmare for people living near Lake Tahoe on the California-Nevada border, as the region has now reported two of its snowiest months on record with more still to come.
Lake Shasta has risen 8 feet over the last week and more than 100 feet since Dec. 1.
Heavy snow in the Cascade mountains and the possibility of low-elevation snow could throw a wrench into spring break travel plans late this week
UPDATED with the latest: The morning after the National Weather Service issued a Tornado Warning for Northwest Los Angeles and parts of Ventura County, videos began surfacing online of a short funnel reaching down toward a swirling cloud of debris on the ground about 50 miles away. Local (and national) TV news outlets were soon […]
Here is what to expect and when the rain will end as a new, powerful storm rolls into Southern California this week.
“That car is pretty totalled.”
Residents along Wet Beaver Creek and West Clear Creek were evacuated Tuesday. Others along the Verde River and Oak Creek could also be affected.
SRP has been releasing more and more water due to ongoing snowpack melts and storms causing more floods throughout the Phoenix area.
A couch flew from a high-rise balcony in San Francisco as fierce wind gusts tore through the area on March 21.Brandon Au recorded this video, and told Storyful he was walking around the property with a real-estate agent when he noticed how hard the wind was blowing.“I noticed the tiles on the balcony flying and water seeping through the door, so I started recording,” he said. “When I was recording, the tiles jumped up more aggressively. That is when I noticed the couch flying in the sky from the building across.”He said the furniture came off a balcony from another high-rise building.The video shows balcony tiles slamming up against a glass door before Au exclaims that a couch just flew. He posted followup footage showing brown cushions and a bent metal sofa frame on the ground.The National Weather Service warned of high winds with gusts of more than 70 mph in higher elevation areas. Credit: Brandon Au via Storyful
California's snowpack was more than twice the average in much of the state in early March 2023. Mario Tama/Getty ImagesAfter three years of extreme drought, the Western U.S. is finally getting a break. Mountain ranges are covered in deep snow, and water reservoirs in many areas are filling up following a series of atmospheric rivers that brought record rain and snowfall to large parts of the region. Many people are looking at the snow and water levels and asking: Is the drought finally over? The
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At least five people have died and more than 80,000 people are without power following the latest storms that have hit California. The New York Times reported that officials from various parts of the state have confirmed at least five people were killed amid the storm, which is just the latest in a series of…
The threat of tornadoes is expected to be low, according to the National Weather Service.
Strong winds in San Francisco on Tuesday led to trees falling to the ground, power outages, and even a couch flying through the sky.
Channel 9 is monitoring a 5,000-mile bulk of seaweed over the waters of the tropical Atlantic that has already started floating up the Florida coast.