The National Weather Service forecasted windy weather coming to the Bay Area later this week that could topple trees and cause power outages.
PG&E confirmed that one of the utility's employees was involved in an accident where the road gave way and that person is safe.
The storm struck the entire Bay Area and beyond. But it seemed to let most of its anger out on Monterey County.
There are about 5,000 people in the evacuation zone, preparing for what could be one of the wettest weeks in years. People living in Felton, Ben Lomond and Boulder Creek -- areas scarred by the summer's CZU Lightning Complex Fire -- are worried about possible mudslides.
CalFire issued evacuation warnings for the area of Davenport in the San Lorenzo Valley in the Santa Cruz mountains. It's an area hit hard by the CZU Lightning Fire in August.
Following a night of howling winds and a dry winter, Cal Fire officials on Tuesday said they were battling multiple fires in Santa Cruz County.
Witnesses agonized for what seemed an eternity as the forecast swells flipped a dozen young yachters into the frigid waters of Santa Cruz harbor.
12 children were rescued from the waters outside the Santa Cruz harbor Sunday after the small sailboats they were in began to capsize as large ocean swells pounded the coast.
Cal Fire announced Monday that the CZU Lighting Complex fires that burned over 135 square miles in San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties has been fully contained.
Authorities said forensic evidence helped them link John Laroche to the 1995 killing of Gloria Hassemer in Watsonville.
Pacific Coast Manor said Thursday that 48 residents and 34 staff members have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began in March.
“He was a little banged up but will be returned to his rightful place at the Bigfoot Discovery Museum."
A nonprofit is helping survivors of Northern California fires by offering free family photo shoots.
"Keep your eyes peeled for Bigfoot!" Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office warned on their Facebook page Wednesday.
They'll also have to restrict visitors to people who live in Santa Cruz County.
County supervisors unanimously passed a debris cleanup ordinance that establishes government and private programs to help residents clear hazardous ash and soil before rebuilding their property.
Federal contractors are half way through the first phase of removing debris from areas in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties scorched by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire.
Skilled nursing facilities were hotspots of COVID-19 infection during the early months of the pandemic. Residents are usually elderly and have a variety of health problems that put them at greater risk of getting a serious case of the coronavirus.
Residents with property losses or damage are advised to verify that their address is included in the map.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company in Chico released a similar fundraiser beer after the 2018 Camp Fire.