Sun. Jan 29th, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A number of storms have slammed the San Francisco Bay Space the previous few days, together with the Stage 5 storm final Wednesday, inflicting flooding on roadways and highways across the area, in addition to important storm harm.

In keeping with our ABC7 meteorologists, there’s a Stage 3 storm Monday morning and extra soggy days coming this week.

This features a Flood Watch via Tuesday.

Jan. 9, 2023

6:40 a.m.
Santa Cruz County evacuations

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

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

You might be additionally requested to depart in case you are in Soquel Wharf Highway.

Santa Cruz County supplied this hyperlink to test on evacuation warnings.

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

The White Home has permitted Governor Gavin Newsom’s request to declare a federal emergency in California because of floods and storms.

This enables 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. faculties will stay closed because of extreme climate

As of Sunday evening, some Sonoma County faculties will stay closed on Monday because of 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 supplied updates on the continuing extreme winter storms impacting California. The Governor highlighted flood preparations and talk about 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 automotive is floating. Half a foot of water and also you’re off your toes. Half a foot of water you are shedding management of your car. We’re seeing individuals go round these detours. as a result of they do not see any obstacles. they assume all the pieces is ok. 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 doable.

11:45 a.m.
A Excessive Wind Warning issued for the whole Bay Space beginning tonight via 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 via 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 doable 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 toes.

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 traces. Widespread energy outages are anticipated. Journey will probably be tough, 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 subsequent in a sequence of sturdy storms will transfer into the world tonight into Monday. Extreme rainfall will result in growing flooding issues via the day on Monday because the heaviest rain is anticipated to fall between the hours of 4 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday,” the NWS wrote.

8:30 a.m.
Muir Woods closed Sunday as park officers asses wind harm

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

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