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Heavy rain and winter weather headed to Northern California

Rain and gusty winds are coming to Northern California with precipitation in Sacramento expected to start as soon as Monday evening. Sacramento can expect up to 1 inch of rain along with wind speeds between 30 to 35 mph starting Monday around 5 p.m. into Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service’s Sacramento office.… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa at 176% of normal rainfall for this time of year

The National Weather Service released a model simulation on Twitter Wednesday night showing how the next storm will move across the San Francisco Bay Area Thursday to Friday. The weather service said the storm is expected to bring beneficial rain. The storm will arrive Thursday night and deliver widespread light rain with brief spells of moderate… Keep Reading

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Petaluma Under Memorial Day Heat Advisory

PETALUMA, CA — A heat advisory has been issued for Memorial Day for much of the Bay Area and the North Bay, including Petaluma. The advisory is in effect from noon until 9 p.m. on Memorial Day, when hot temperatures are expected to range from the low 90s to the low 100s in the interior… Keep Reading

Five Reasons to Love California Wine Country This Summer

SAN FRANCISCO, May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With summer just around the corner, there’s no better time to get outside—and no better place to do it than California wine country. The summer season in the Golden State’s diverse wine regions is a special time with its beautiful weather and fun activities. Winery patios await, al fresco activities abound and scenic… Keep Reading

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Hail Blankets Parts Of Bay Area; Snow Falls On Highest Peaks

SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — A storm moving through the Bay Area Wednesday morning brought with it sheets of hail that blanketed some neighborhoods, while snow dusted the highest peaks. Overnight, snow fell on some of the area’s highest peaks. The National Weather Service said it appeared potentially up to a couple of inches of… Keep Reading

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Light showers do little to reduce Sonoma County rainfall deficit

The smidgen of rain falling from Sunday into Monday and another band of showers later in the week will have scant impact on Sonoma County’s rainfall deficit, and the long-range forecast calls for below normal precipitation statewide through April. “It’s not looking super-favorable at this point,” Brooke Bingaman, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said Sunday.… Keep Reading

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