As you head back into the work week and back to school, colder temperatures and snow also returns with a series of blistery storms. Heading out this morning, winds are peaking, be sure to secure those holiday decorations and layer up. A fast-moving storm... Read More.
A washed-out road discovered over the summer has been repaired and is passable once more in the Lassen National Forest. Forest Service crews continually monitor the forest service roads to ensure they travel safely, especially after significant weather. They discovered a washed-out road in July... Read More.
Recent snowfall has brought a good start to the water season. Starting October 1st a new water observation cycle begins and is tracked typically through September 30th. With a strong round of winter storms, the snowpack in the Sierras is already at... Read More.
PG&E activated an Emergency Operation Center on Sunday in response to the winter storms. Personnel and equipment have been implemented to safely and quickly respond to potential weather-related outages. PG&E has also been proactive in sending vegetation management crews out to keep trees away from... Read More.
Flash flood warnings and several fire starts erupted throughout the region as monsoonal thunderstorms that started Saturday brought periods of heavy rain and lightning. Beginning in Plumas County in the Dixie fire burn scar along HWY 70 the Plumas Forest Service responded... Read More.
The unusual seasonal heavy snowfall in the Northern Sierras has increased the state’s water content for the year. Nearly 40 inches of precipitation accumulated with the lastest storms bringing the water content back up to 83% of normal for this date. Even as a result... Read More.
If your power is received through PG&E the company has been getting prepared for the impact of this holiday storm. They have paused planned maintenance work until the storm passes and are getting crews availability to prepare to work for any potential holiday power... Read More.
A winter weather advisory moves into the area tomorrow late afternoon with new snowfall totals of 2 to 4 inches, with 4 to 8 inches expected west of highway 395. Local snowfall totals can be up to a foot for areas above 5500 feet.... Read More.