San Francisco Bay Space storm reside updates: Golden Gate Bridge reopens each instructions after huge rig overturn: Caltrans

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Intense storms that battered the San Francisco Bay Space for greater than every week prompted flooding, downed timber and energy outages. And now, a stronger system has arrived.

TIMELINE: Flood Watch in impact for whole Bay Space this weekend with extra rain, robust winds

Jan. 14, 2023

8 p.m.
Golden Gate Bridge reopens each instructions after huge rig overturn: Caltrans

Golden Gate Bridge is opening again up in each instructions, in keeping with Caltrans. Drivers ought to count on site visitors delays, take into account alternate routes, and permit for extra journey time.

7:15 p.m.
SR 37 close to Atherton Avenue in Marin Co. closed in each instructions resulting from flooding: Caltrans

Caltrans in coordination with the California Freeway Patrol has closed State Route 37 in each eastbound and westbound instructions close to Atherton Avenue in Novato resulting from storm associated flooding.

Motorists are inspired to make use of U.S. 101 to I-580 Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, then eastbound I-80 to journey from Marin County to Solano and different North Bay locations.

7 p.m.
Golden Gate Bridge closed in each instructions resulting from overturned huge rig: Caltrans

The Golden Gate Bridge closed in each instructions early Saturday night resulting from an overturned huge rig. Emergency crews and the California Freeway Patrol are on scene. Motorists can count on site visitors delays.

4 p.m.
Flood Advisory in impact in Santa Cruz Co., NWS says

The Nationwide Climate Service issued a Flood Advisory in Santa Cruz County till 6 p.m.

1 p.m.
Evacuation orders for Holohan, East Lake and Faculty in Santa Cruz County, officers say

Evacuations are underway alongside Holohan, East Lake and Faculty areas in Santa Cruz County, officers say

11:30 a.m.
A whole bunch with out energy in West Marin after big tree knocks down energy strains, blocks highway

PG&E is attempting to revive energy after a large Cypress tree fell on the highway flattening energy strains on Freeway 1 in Level Reyes in West Marin.

The tree fell at Mesa Rd. and Cypress Rd. shutting down the highway. Caltrans is working to clear the tree, in keeping with ABC7’s Cornell Barnard who’s on the scene.

Ultimately test, almost 900 clients within the space are with out energy.

10:40 a.m.
Muir Woods in Marin County closed Saturday resulting from climate, park says

Officers with Muir Woods say the park can be closed Saturday on account of the morning’s storm. “As a result of extreme storm impacts, climate forecast, and highway circumstances, now we have determined to shut Muir Woods in the present day.”

They are saying reservations can be mechanically canceled and refunded. They are going to monitor Sunday’s climate circumstances to see if the park will reopen.

Elements of Cloverdale Street in Pescadero in San Mateo County closed resulting from mudslide, CAL FIRE says

Elements of Cloverdale Street in Pescadero in San Mateo County is closed resulting from mudslide, CAL FIRE CZU stated on Saturday. Officers say the closure is close to Butano State Park Street. Drivers ought to keep away from the realm. There isn’t a estimate of reopening.

9:25 a.m.
Flood Watch undegraded to Flood Warning for Sonoma County, Santa Rosa fireplace officers say

The Nationwide Climate Service has upgraded a Flood Watch to a Flood Warning for Sonoma County by 2:30 p.m., Santa Rosa fireplace officers stated. The NWS might change the time of the warning based mostly on climate circumstances, officers added.

8.30 a.m.
Report of energy strains down in Berkeley, firefighters say

The Berkeley fireplace division is advising residents to keep away from the realm of Clairmont Ave. between Stonewall, Tanglewood and Avalon till additional discover resulting from a number of energy strains down in Clairmont. Extra information right here.

8 a.m.
Evacuations underway in Felton Grove in Santa Cruz Co. resulting from main storm, officers say

Emergency evacuations are underway in Felton Grove due to the relentless climate.

“Deputies are within the space. In case you reside within the neighborhood, please depart now,” Santa Cruz County officers tweeted Saturday morning.

They’re involved about potential flooding alongside the San Lorenzo River later in the present day.

There are two evacuation facilities open for this group.

One is on the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville.

One other is ready up at Cabrillo Faculty in Aptos.

Each areas are pet pleasant and have RV parking.

That is an space that has already been hit onerous.

The city of Felton has been pummeled with rain — leaving a swampy mess for individuals residing within the Felton Grove neighborhood.

Residents have needed to evacuate a number of occasions for the reason that begin of the brand new 12 months resulting from main flooding.

And this morning, Santa Cruz County officers urging residents to get out as soon as once more.

7:45 a.m.
Pregame flyover over Levi’s Stadium canceled

Saturday’s scheduled pregame flyover over Levi’s Stadium has been canceled due to climate.

The wild-card playoff sport will nonetheless proceed.

The 49ers are set to play in opposition to the Seattle Seahawks at 1:30 p.m.

6 a.m.
Excessive Surf Warning in impact for shoreline till 10 a.m.

A Excessive Surf Warning is in impact for the shoreline till 10 a.m. Saturday because of the heavy rain and robust wind. Waves are anticipated to be 20 – 25 ft tall. Officers say individuals ought to keep out of the water due to life-threatening swimming and surf circumstances.

5:30 a.m.
Wind Advisory in impact for Bay Space Saturday morning, Solano Co. till 6 p.m.

There’s a Wind Advisory in impact for the whole Bay Space this morning. The advisory can be in impact longer for Solano County from 7 a.m. to six p.m. Saturday.

Flood Watch in impact for whole Bay Space this weekend by Monday with extra rain, robust winds

There’s a Flood Look ahead to the whole Bay Space by Monday at 4 p.m. with flooding potential as robust Degree 3 Storm makes method to the Bay Space Saturday morning.

Jan. 13, 2023

11 p.m.
Marin Co. first responders gear up for the weekend, whereas nonetheless recovering from Friday’s storm

At an condo advanced in Fairfax, a mudslide crashed into the constructing from an adjoining hill, displacing 19 residents together with their pets.

“I obtained woken up this morning by a loud knock on the door. It was the fireplace division saying the entire hill was coming down,” stated one of many evacuees.

One other slide occurred down the highway in Lagunitas, the place one household was left to wash up the mess of their yard.

Whereas Friday was a busy day for first responders round Marin County, fireplace officers inform ABC7 Information they’re additionally gearing up for what’s to come back this weekend.

On the Marin County Hearth Station in Woodacre, Battalion Chief Graham Groneman confirmed us a few of the search and rescue gear he and his workforce are preparing for the approaching days.

“We will see timber down, energy strains down. Individuals are going to be out of energy. And I feel all of it comes all the way down to the place the storm impacts the Bay Space,” he stated.

He says that there can be a number of groups on standby all through the county, prepared to reply in a second’s discover.

“We have had a number of deployments of our city search and rescue workforce and our water workforce in preparation for these storm occasions,” stated Groneman.

However after weeks of heavy rain and wind, Groneman says he thinks everybody is prepared for just a little break.

“I feel we’re all prepared for the solar to come back out and issues to dry out just a little bit.”

8 p.m.
North Bay below Flood Advisory till 10 p.m.

The Nationwide Climate Service issued a Flood Advisory for parts of the Northern Bay Space, together with Sonoma County till 10 p.m. this night. NWS says city and small stream flooding attributable to extra rainfall on already saturated soil is predicted.

This may have an effect of :

  • Minor flooding in low-lying and poor drainage areas
  • Rises in small streams
  • Harmful flows over low-water crossings
  • Water over roadways
  • Overflowing poor drainage areas
  • Some impassable low-water crossings
  • Elevated river or stream flows
  • Ponding of water in city or different space

“Flip round, do not drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths happen in autos,” stated NWS in its announcement.

The company additionally recommends the general public to:

  • Pay attention to your environment and don’t drive on flooded roads.
  • Don’t try to cross flooded roads. Discover an alternate route.
  • Please report noticed flooding to native emergency companies or legislation enforcement and request they move this data to the Nationwide Climate service when you are able to do so safely.

5:45 p.m.
Evacuation warnings issued for elements of Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County has issued evacuation warnings for watershed areas of the Uvas Reservoir, Pacheo Cross River basin and Freeway 101 and Bolsa Street resulting from potential threat of flooding and climate circumstances.

Pacheco Cross River Basin for these residing within the areas of:

  • El Toro Rd South of HWY 152 to Bloomfield Ave
  • Lovers Lane between Shore Rd and HWY 152

Watershed Areas of the Uvas Reservoir embrace these residing:

  • South of Uvas Reservoir together with Thousand Trails RV Park and Uvas Pines RV Park
  • South of Sycamore Drive and Watsonville Rd
  • Properties south of Lions Peak
  • South of Day Street and Geri Lane
  • Watsonville and HWY 152

HWY 101 and Bolsa Rd.:

  • South of Hwy 152, East of Hwy 101.
  • South of Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152) and East of Hwy 101.
  • South of Luchessa Ave. and East of Thomas Rd.
  • East of Santa Teresa Blvd. to Castro Valley Rd.
  • North of Castro Valley Rd. to Luchessa Ave.
  • North of Hwy 25 between Hwy 101 & Bloomfield Rd.
  • West of Bloomfield Ave. between Hwy 25 & Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152)
  • East of Hwy 101 to Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152)

The county is encouraging resident to remain off the roads, creek beds, waterways and fast paced waters. For extra data, go to

5 p.m.
Santa Clara County braces for extra storms

In Santa Clara County, clear up and repairs proceed after the area was hit with flooding and mass energy outages.

Now, officers are making ready for the following spherical of storms and dealing to verify the general public is prepared too.

“Crews, as you are properly conscious, are working across the clock for the previous few weeks to take away particles and different blockages from these parts of creeks and streams all through Santa Clara County,” stated John Varela, Valley Water board chair.

The emergency order has been prolonged all through the county to supply obligatory assets.

Varela says almost 52,000 houses and companies in Santa Clara County are throughout the FEMA particular flood hazard space.

County officers say the circumstances are difficult, however they’re prepared for the worst.

“This season, we have been coordinating all 12 months by scorching climate and chilly climate,” stated Darrell Ray, deputy director of Santa Clara County’s Workplace of Emergency Administration, “So we obtained loads of observe all through the final 12 months.”

Officers additionally urge everybody to enroll in native reverse 911 alerts like SCCalerts in Santa Clara County.

Different reminders embrace ensuring you might have an emergency plan with household and mates and have an emergency provide package.

1 p.m.
Comcast opens free WiFi hotspots to assist residents throughout storms

Comcast introduced Friday that greater than 147,000 public Xfinity WiFi hotspots all through Northern and Central California at the moment are out there and free for anybody, together with non-Xfinity clients, to make use of throughout the storms. For a map of public hotspots go to

12:45 p.m.
Wind Advisory issued for whole Bay Space on Saturday

ABC7 Information Meteorologist Drew Tuma says a Wind Advisory has been issued for the whole Bay Space from 4 a.m.-Midday Saturday for wind gusts as much as 50 mph.

6 a.m.
Caltrans working restricted convoy operations to closure space of Hwy 1

Caltrans is working a restricted convoy operation on Friday as a way to enable for entry out and in of the closure space of state Freeway 1 for resupply runs.

That is restricted entry to permit for resupplies throughout this window of milder climate earlier than a extra intense storm passes over the area this weekend.

Convoy schedule for Friday:

  • Convoy will depart from Ragged Level at 12 midday and arrive simply south of Deetjen’s Inn at roughly 1:30 p.m.
  • Convoy will depart from simply south of Deetjen’s Inn at 3 pm and arrive at Ragged Level at roughly 4:40 p.m.

Jan. 12, 2023

6 p.m.
North Bay prepares for subsequent spherical of storms

Within the North Bay, a break between storms Thursday meant an opportunity to cleanup, dry out and assess the injury from the final storm.

Chain saws have been working time beyond regulation, attempting to take away a large 100-foot Pine tree from Janine Wilson’s yard in Santa Rosa the place it toppled round 3 a.m. Thursday, after heavy storms this week.

“We heard an enormous growth, noticed gap within the ceiling, obtained out and referred to as 911,” stated Wilson. Remarkably, nobody was harm however about that gap within the bed room ceiling – it is about 12 inches extensive.

Throughout city, Robert Cepeda’s tree trimming crew was greater than busy, he says they’ve working continuous since New Yr’s Eve.

On the fast paced Russian River, ranges have been holding regular at Forestville.

Flooding might occur probably Sunday. Sonoma County Hearth District Captain Shawn Johnson was watching the river and profiting from a break within the climate to do some swift water rescue coaching.

3:05 p.m.
Oakland Zoo to stay closed

Oakland Zoo tweeted on Thursday that it will stay closed resulting from reconstruction delays from large sinkhole injury attributable to the Bay Space storms.

2:30 p.m.
Niles Canyon Street reopens after repairs, flooding

Caltrans tweeted Thursday afternoon that Niles Canyon Street (Freeway 84) between Fremont and Sunol has reopened after repairs to a guardrail and flooding.

12 p.m.
Santa Clara Co. leaders urge residents to enroll in Emergency Alerts

After devastating flooding throughout Santa Clara County, leaders are calling on the general public to make probably life-saving preparations on our final day of dry climate earlier than the rain returns this weekend. One of the simplest ways they are saying individuals can do that is by signing up for emergency alerts from

A couple of million residents have signed up for the personalised alerts for the place you reside within the county. 166 thousand texts and made 462 calls have been despatched out over our latest winter storms. This consists of when the Uvas Creek Flooded in Gilroy. With flooding a risk this weekend, Santa Clara County needs everybody to be prepared for all prospects.

“Data can save lives,” Santa Clara Co. Board of Supervisors President Susan Ellenberg stated. “Data may help you avert private catastrophe. Connectivity permits you to shield your family members.”

8:30 a.m.
Flood Watch issued for whole Bay Space this weekend

ABC7 Meteorologist Drew Tuma says a Flood Watch has been issued for the whole Bay Space this weekend. Whereas we’re getting a break from the rain Thursday, he forecasts it returning with an opportunity of thunderstorms Friday. A good stronger storm, a Degree 3 on the unique ABC7 Storm Impression Scale, is predicted to hit the area on Saturday, with the worst of it hitting between 6 a.m. and 12 p.m.

8:30 a.m.
Sinkhole closes each instructions of Freeway 92 close to Half Moon Bay, CHP says

Freeway 92 in San Mateo County has been shut down once more in each instructions resulting from a sinkhole that shaped in a single day, CHP says. Newest right here.

7 a.m.
CA excessive drought nearly eradicated after January storms, Bay Space sees ‘enormous positive factors’

A brand new drought monitor is out and the acute drought class (second highest) has been nearly worn out throughout California. A small sliver nonetheless exists on the California/Oregon border however that solely accounts for 0.3% of the state. Full story right here.

Jan. 11, 2023

5 p.m.
Hwy 92 reopens with alternating one-way site visitors controls resulting from unsafe highway circumstances

Authorities say Freeway 92 has reopened with alternating one-way site visitors controls from higher Freeway 35 west to Pilacritos Creek Street.

Earlier Thursday, CHP shut down the freeway resulting from unsafe highway circumstances attributable to the moist climate. CHP tweeted out an image of the dip within the highway that they stated might flip right into a sinkhole if automobiles proceed to drive on that portion of the highway.

2:20 p.m.
Flood Advisory issued for San Francisco, elements of Marin, San Mateo counties

ABC7 Meteorologist Drew Tuma says Flood Advisory has been issued for San Francisco, southern Marin County and northern San Mateo County.

1 p.m.
CA water officers give replace on parade of storms

Officers with the California Division of Water Sources and forecasters give an replace on the parade of storms that proceed to trigger issues throughout the state.

11:18 a.m.
State Route 92 in Redwood Metropolis closed in each instructions at State Route 35 in Redwood Metropolis, CHP says

State Route 92 in Redwood Metropolis is closed in each instructions between higher and decrease State Route 35 resulting from unsafe highway circumstances attributable to the moist climate, the California Freeway Patrol says. They are saying drivers ought to take alternate routes.

11:12 a.m.
Eastbound lane of Bolinas Street in West Marin closed resulting from landslide

Marin Public Works says the eastbound lane of Bolinas Rd is closed close to Sky Oaks Rd intersection in West Marin resulting from a landslide. Site visitors controls says measures are in place enable for alternating two-way site visitors by the opposite lane till the highway might be repaired.

Jan. 10, 2023

2:15 p.m.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and CA officers give replace on storm injury in Bay Space, state

Governor Gavin Newsom and California officers gave an replace on the storm injury that slammed the Bay Space and state.

He says round 34,000 individuals throughout California are presently below evacuation orders and 163,000 persons are with out energy within the state.

Gov. Newsom says the wind has been a disproportionate issue by way of downed energy strains and fallen timber.

He’s reminding the general public “simply because it appears clear, doesn’t suggest it’s clear,” to take precautions with the climate.

Newsom additionally addressed the five-year-old San Luis Obispo boy who’s lacking after he was swept away in floodwaters on Monday.

“It is at moments like this, we simply pray for a miracle. That younger boy little one whose lives now hazard having been lacking for a while, down in Paso Robles.”

He additionally addressed how we’re in a drought. “We’re within the third 12 months of the driest drought circumstances that we have skilled in recorded historical past going again to 1896.”

Newsom additionally says “the dryers are getting so much drier within the final three years and the wets are getting so much wetter. This climate Whiplash is that new actuality?”

He says the main target must be on how the state manages these challenges and the way it offers with hydrology going ahead. “By way of storm water seize, rainwater seize, and the way we tackle these floods by way of banking the water for the longer term.”

1:45 p.m.
Flash Flood Warning downgraded to Flash Flood Watch

A Flash Flood Warning has been downgraded to a Flash Flood Look ahead to the whole Bay Space till 4 p.m., in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service.

1:21 p.m.
Tree falls on Muni bus in San Francisco

A giant tree fell on a Muni bus in San Francisco on Tuesday, in keeping with ABC7’s Lyanne Melendez who shot video of the incident. It occurred at Stockton and Sutter. Melendez says reside energy strains additionally fell. No phrase but on any accidents.

12:40 p.m.
Thunderstorms anticipated at elements of the Bay Space this afternoon, Nationwide Climate Service says

The Nationwide Climate Service says thunderstorms are anticipated to hit parts of the Bay Space all through the afternoon on Tuesday. They’re advising residents to take precautions, saying “when thunder roars, go indoors.”

Officers say Sutro Tower in San Francisco suffered a lightning strike as a thunderstorm moved throughout town.

12:20 p.m.
Flash Flood Warning issued for SF, Daly Metropolis and South San Francisco, NWS says

A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for San Francisco, Daly Metropolis CA and South San Francisco till 3:30 p.m., the Nationwide Climate Service tweeted on Tuesday.

10:00 a.m.
SF sees half a 12 months’s price of rain in final 2 weeks

ABC7 Information Meteorologist Drew Tuma says San Francisco has seen half a 12 months’s price of rain within the final two weeks. Since Christmas Day now we have solely skilled two fully dry days.

9 a.m.
These State Routes are closed in Santa Cruz County, CHP says

SR-9 at Keystone approach

SR-9, between Glen Arbor Rd. and Vacation Ln.

SR-9, north of SR-236

SR-9 at Lazy Woods Rd.

SR-35 at Bear Creek Rd.

SR-236 at Little Basin Rd.

9 a.m.
Practically 100,000 energy outages in Bay Space

PG&E is reporting over 93,000 energy outages on Tuesday, with most coming from the South Bay.

PG&E says that over 53,000 outages are within the South Bay and over 19,000 outages are on the Peninsula.

Downed timber and energy strains have prompted points Tuesday morning.

4:45 a.m.
Flood Warning canceled for Russian River

The flood warning alongside the Russian River has been canceled as cresting moved just under the 32-foot flood stage.

Nonetheless, there stays vital flooding and injury within the space. The car parking zone at Steelhead Seashore on the Russian River is underwater.

John Cordes says his pal’s whole yard in Guerneville flooded and his solely approach out was by boat.

Two automobiles submerged in flood waters at Slusser and River Roads simply outdoors Santa Rosa.

Hearth crews additionally helped rescue the motive force trapped in a Mercedes.

4:30 a.m.
Southbound Hwy 17 has reopened

Following a landslide that blocked the highway on Monday, Freeway 17 at Glenwood Dr. in Los Gatos has reopened.

Earlier than reopening the freeway, CHP officers have been out checking the roadways, which have been lined with downed timber.

Jan. 9, 2023

7:45 p.m.
All lanes reopened on Freeway 101 in Gilroy

The northbound and southbound lanes of Freeway 101 in Gilroy have reopened, in keeping with a Caltrans tweet. Each instructions closed following main flooding on the freeway and houses flooding.

Video exhibits houses, highways close to Gilroy flooded following main storm

Southbound Freeway 101 in Gilroy reopens

ABC7’s Amanda del Castillo stated the southbound path of Freeway 101 in Gilroy has reopened.

5:30 p.m.
The next roads stay closed or experiencing flooding in Gilroy:

  • 101 South of Monterey Street
  • Northbound-one lane is open, all southbound lanes are closed. Closure anticipated by at the very least 6 p.m. For updates, go to right here.

  • Castro Valley Street
  • Mesa Street
  • Miller Avenue at Silva’s Crossing
  • The Metropolis of Gilroy stated drivers have to keep away from Silva’s Crossing and the Christmas Hill Park space resulting from excessive flood waters and harmful circumstances.

    As of 5:30 p.m., the next roads at the moment are open to site visitors:

  • Bolsa Street (site visitors is backed up and gradual)
  • Wren Avenue
  • Mantelli Street
  • Burchell Street
  • 3:30 p.m.
    Evacuation warnings issued for elements of Santa Clara Co. resulting from flooding

    Evacuation warnings have been issued for residents residing within the areas of Freeway 101 and Bolsa Street resulting from flooding and different extreme climate impacts.

    The areas embrace:

    • South of Hwy 152, East of Hwy 101.
    • South of Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152) and East of Hwy 101.
    • South of Luchessa Ave. and East of Thomas Rd.
    • East of Santa Teresa Blvd. to Castro Valley Rd.
    • North of Castro Valley Rd. to Luchessa Ave.
    • North of Hwy 25 between Hwy 101 & Bloomfield Rd.
    • West of Bloomfield Ave. between Hwy 25 & Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152)
    • East of Hwy 101 to Pacheco Cross (Hwy 152)

    12:50 p.m.
    Stretch of southbound Hwy 101 closed close to Gilroy resulting from flooding

    A stretch of southbound Freeway 101 is closed close to Gilroy on Monday resulting from flooding, police stated.

    Southbound lanes at Mesa Street, simply south of Monterey Freeway, are closed, in keeping with an advisory despatched shortly earlier than midday.

    Bolsa Street can also be flooding between Journey Park Circle and Carnadero Avenue, police stated.

    Motorists are requested to keep away from the realm and use alternate routes.

    11:50 p.m.
    San Jose reporting a number of highway closures resulting from flooding, landslides

    The Metropolis of San Jose is reporting a number of highway closure all through town resulting from flooding and landslides. Officers say Bailey Street between McKean Street and Santa Teresa is closed resulting from flooding and slides. Gardendale Drive, south of Hillsdale Avenue is closed resulting from “water ranges overtopping.” Lastly, Mill Pond Drive below Freeway 87 is closed resulting from flooding.

    11:45 a.m.
    Santa Cruz. Co bridge collapses into Carrolitos Creek

    Hearth officers are warning drivers to make use of one other route in Santa Cruz County after the Browns Valley Street Bridge collapsed into the Carrolitos Creek. They are saying crews have responded to the scene and made contact with residents within the space.

    11:30 a.m.
    San Jose airport car parking zone closed resulting from flooding

    Officers at Mineta San Jose Int’l Aiport say Parking Lot 2 is presently closed resulting from flooding. Officers say that it doesn’t influence automobiles already within the lot however the entrance to the lot. Vacationers are being suggested to make use of another lot in case you are parking on the airport in the present day.

    11:10 a.m.
    Flooding reported on Crossover Drive by Golden Gate Park

    Residents are inspired to keep away from the stretch of Crossover Drive that runs by Golden Gate Park resulting from flooding, in keeping with an alert notification from AlertSF.

    Emergency crews are working to clear the highway between Fulton Road and Lincoln Manner.

    Drivers can count on extra journey time, and will take into account different routes, stated the notification.

    Life site visitors updates might be discovered at

    10:50 a.m.

    All westbound lanes of Hwy 37 in Marin County closed resulting from flooding

    Caltrans says all westbound lanes of Freeway 37 at Atherton Drive in Marin County are closed resulting from flooding. For reside site visitors circumstances head to

    10:45 a.m.
    Street closures reported in Fairfield resulting from flooding

    Flooding in Fairfield resulted in some highway closures Monday morning, police stated.

    The closures embrace the on- and off- ramps to: Webster Road from Freeway 12 and from Jackson Road to Freeway 12. As well as, Abernathy at Suisun Valley Street are closed resulting from floods, in keeping with police.

    Residents have been suggested to by no means drive by flooded roadways and if potential, to keep away from touring.

    Flooding might be reported to the Fairfield Police Departments dispatch at (707) 428-7300.

    10 a.m.
    Southbound Freeway 17 closed resulting from landslide

    The California Freeway Patrol tweeted out Monday morning that southbound Freeway 17 is closed south of Glenwood Drive resulting from a landslide.

    8:50 a.m.
    A number of Petaluma roads closed resulting from flooding

    Roads throughout Petaluma has been closed resulting from flooding that has stranded a number of drivers. Authorities advise residents to keep away from flooded roads and use detours. They are saying the rain is subsiding within the space however runoff from the Petaluma River watershed will proceed for the following few hours.

    • Petaluma Blvd North between Corona Street and US 101.
    • Previous Redwood Hwy between North McDowell and US 101.
    • The intersection of Petaluma North and Industrial Drive/Stony Level Street is closed.
    • Stony Level Street between Petaluma Blvd North and Pepper Street.
    • Rainsville Street between Stony Street and Liberty Street.
    • Lakeville Hwy (SR-116) between Stage Gulch Street and Frates Street.
    • Westbound Lakeville within the 100 block, close to Madison Road.
    • Northbound North McDowell at Redwood Manner.

    8:15 a.m.
    An Evacuation Warning has been issued for elements of Vacaville

    Authorities have issued an Evacuation Warning for residents within the Southwood Place space in Vacaville. Officers say anybody residing South of Marshall Street, East of Peabody, North of Alamo and West of the Putah Canal is suggested there’s a potential menace to life and property.

    6:40 a.m.
    Santa Cruz County evacuations

    There are evacuations taking place Monday morning in Santa Cruz County because the San Lorenzo River is at flood stage.

    Aptos Seashore Flats are below evacuation orders, in addition to individuals in Felton Grove and Paradise Park.

    You might be additionally requested to go away in case you are in Soquel Wharf Street.

    Individuals evacuating within the county can go to the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville and Cabrillo Faculty in Aptos. Each areas are pet pleasant and have RV parking.

    Santa Cruz County offered this hyperlink to test on evacuations. You may as well name 831-454-2285 for particulars on evacuations and shelters.

    5:00 a.m.
    President Biden approves California Emergency Declaration

    The White Home has accredited Governor Gavin Newsom’s request to declare a federal emergency in California resulting from floods and storms.

    This permits the state to get extra federal funds and assets.

    That features Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma, and Santa Cruz counties.

    This comes after Newsome introduced the state authorities has mobilized assets.

    Jan. 8, 2023

    5:30 p.m.
    A number of Sonoma Co. colleges will stay closed resulting from extreme climate

    As of Sunday night time, some Sonoma County colleges will stay closed on Monday resulting from extreme climate. This is an inventory.

    2:45 p.m.
    Gov. Newsom discusses statewide efforts on flood security amid extreme winter storms

    In a press convention, Governor Gavin Newsom and state, native and federal officers offered updates on the continued extreme winter storms impacting California. The Governor highlighted flood preparations and focus on statewide efforts round flood security.

    He says the state authorities has mobilized assets to reply to flooding, energy outages and main disasters.

    Gov. Newsom is urging the general public to make use of frequent sense and keep away from placing your self in harmful conditions.

    “Only a foot of water and your automobile is floating. Half a foot of water and also you’re off your ft. Half a foot of water you are shedding management of your automobile. We’re seeing individuals go round these detours. as a result of they do not see any obstacles. they suppose every thing is okay. placing their lives in danger and placing first responders lives in danger.

    The California Nationwide Guard has mobilized troops and has 4 rescue helicopters on standby- together with one right here within the Bay Space.

    Ambulance strike groups have additionally been activated across the state.

    Drivers are being requested to postpone journey, if potential.

    11:45 a.m.
    A Excessive Wind Warning issued for the whole Bay Space beginning tonight by Monday morning

    A Excessive Wind Warning has been issued by the Nationwide Climate Service for the whole Bay Space beginning at 8 p.m. tonight lasting by tomorrow morning, ABC7 meteorologist Drew Tuma tweeted on Sunday. Winds might gust as excessive as 60 mph across the Bay shoreline with 80 mph gusts potential alongside the coast and in our hills. Count on extra timber down and energy outages.

    The Nationwide Climate Service says south winds 20 to 35 mph with gusts as much as 60 mph anticipated within the valley areas. 35 to 50 mph with gusts as much as 80 mph above 1000 ft.

    Native gusts to round 80 mph alongside the coast and highest peaks.

    The Excessive Wind Warning is issued for Marin Coastal Vary, Sonoma Coastal Vary, North Bay Inside Mountains, Coastal North Bay, Together with Level Reyes Nationwide Seashore and North Bay Inside Valleys.

    The NWS says damaging winds might blow down timber and energy strains. Widespread energy outages are anticipated. Journey can be troublesome, particularly for prime profile autos.

    9:30 a.m.
    Flood Warning issued for Guadalupe River in Santa Clara County on Monday

    The Nationwide Climate Service has issued a Flood Warning for the Guadalupe River in Santa Clara County above the Almaden Expressway on Monday.

    “The following in a sequence of robust storms will transfer into the realm tonight into Monday. Extreme rainfall will result in growing flooding considerations by the day on Monday because the heaviest rain is predicted to fall between the hours of 4 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday,” the NWS wrote.

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    Muir Woods closed Sunday as park officers asses wind injury

    Park officers say Muir Woods in Mill Valley can be closed on Sunday as they are going to assess the park from excessive wind injury. They stated all parking reservations can be mechanically canceled and refunded.

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