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Wet winter may not develop

Wet winter may not develop

September 4, 2015 at 3:58 pm Comments are Disabled

The editors at the Farmers’ Almanac have good and bad news for Californians. The good news? It’s going to be a mild winter. The bad? It’s going to be another dry one.

Can a revived El Niño save California from its drought?

Can a revived El Niño save California from its drought?

May 15, 2015 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

The on-and-off-again weather system that could bust the four-year drought in California is back, and possibly much stronger than expected. Scientists confirmed Thursday that an El Niño condition, which can trigger the rain-producing Pineapple Express, has taken hold in the Pacific Ocean and there is a strong chance it willRead More

Freak winter storm brings hail, funnel clouds to Southern California but little drought relief

Freak winter storm brings hail, funnel clouds to Southern California but little drought relief

March 5, 2015 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

Surf City USA, aka Huntington Beach, received a white dusting of hail Monday, just one aspect of a freak winter weather event that unleashed scattered thunderstorms and dropped snowflakes in the local mountains but failed to end the drought. The second storm to land in Southern California in several daysRead More

Drought-plagued Northern California can’t wait for Pineapple Express storm

February 3, 2015 at 10:57 am Comments are Disabled

After the driest January in recorded history, the Bay Area is back in the rain business. Meteorologists are reporting that conditions in the Pacific are generating what appears to be a strong “Pineapple Express” storm that is expected to hit Northern California starting Thursday evening, bringing steady rain through theRead More

Storm delivers impressive rain totals to drought-stricken Bay Area

Storm delivers impressive rain totals to drought-stricken Bay Area

December 12, 2014 at 11:48 am Comments are Disabled

The major storm that pounded the Bay Area on Thursday delivered some impressive rainfall totals, allowing some cities to record the wettest December in more than a decade. And more rain was expected Friday and next week, though it’s not expected to rival Thursday’s storm. Thursday’s deluge served up someRead More

No relief from drought despite summer Southern California storm

No relief from drought despite summer Southern California storm

August 7, 2014 at 9:30 am Comments are Disabled

A rare summer rain roared down the Southern California mountain canyons, ripped through dozens of homes, stranded thousands and killed one man who drove his car into the floodwaters. But the 500-year deluge that dumped more than 4 inches of rain across the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains SundayRead More

California Storm Tracker

California Storm Tracker

June 17, 2014 at 4:26 pm Comments are Disabled

Current National Weather Service radar for the United States. Updates every 2 minutes.