Conservation by East Bay residents played a role in alleviating the water shortage, according to EBMUD.
Elevations above 1,500 feet could get up to a few inches of snow — or maybe just a dusting.
A mudslide last week in the Claremont Hills on the Berkeley-Oakland border is the second collapse in the area since 2006. Who’s responsible for shoring up the hill?
“We have been waiting for a wet season like this for years,” a water official said, but is it enough to end the drought?
Wednesday and Thursday’s heavy rains turned the area’s rivulets into rushing waterways.
Deferred maintenance and trees weakened by drought fell across Oakland in the storm.
Flooding, power outages, blocked roads. We’ll help keep you updated on the atmospheric river’s impacts.
Here’s a list of resources for Oakland residents.
A 10-day “Pineapple Express” is expected to cause flooding, debris flows, downed trees, and other hazards in Oakland.
The National Weather Service issued the warning for much of the Bay Area, starting Monday at 4 p.m.