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Northwest, N. Calif., Braces For More Rain and Snow!!!

 
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The Flash Flood Warning that was extended until 2:30 PM includes Big Sur Village. #bayarearain
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hf Thanks for keeping us updated!
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Napa River at Saint Helena greatly increased today: [link to www.cnrfc.noaa.gov] …#bayarearain
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hf Thanks for keeping us updated!
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Napa River at Saint Helena greatly increased today: [link to www.cnrfc.noaa.gov] …#bayarearain
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Just walked past it and over the bridge, it's high but I've seen it that high before many times. It would have to rise about 20' before it would flood in my area.
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11/30/2012 04:57 PM

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Thanks, Luisport, for keeping us advised. Much appreciated.

I'm in Nevada County, CA which extends from Auburn (Placer County) up to Lake Tahoe. Two of the major rivers that run through this county are Bear River and South Yuba River which goes down to Marysville. Just heard on local radio that the South Yuba has risen 3 feet with the rain thus far but no problems yet. But worst part of storm is hitting Sat. & Sun.

I used to live at the top of the steep canyon that went down to the South Yuba (about 1/2 mile away from river) and flooding there wouldn't affect us here in the mountains but might play havoc on cities like Marysville/Yuba City and some small towns below us.

We have both a flood and a wind advisory but no problems yet. I'm more worried about the old bridge over a creek I have to use to get off my property and the huge trees around my house but wind hasn't been that bad yet either.

So far so good in our area but we'll see what the weekend brings. Sounds like other areas have been hit much harder than ours so far.

Stay safe, all!
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2 minNWSBayArea‏@NWSBayArea

Rainfall forecast for Saturday Morning through Sunday Morning (4AM to 4AM). [link to www.cnrfc.noaa.gov] …#bayarearain


2 minAccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Mount Shasta reported 5.77 in. of rain over a 72-hr period ending 11 a.m. PST, Fri. [link to ow.ly]
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Total Outages (System-Wide) as of 2 PM: 8,600. Total Outages (#BayArea) as of 2 PM: 3,400. #CAwx
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11/30/2012 06:32 PM
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Not sure what is going on upstream, but here in SOCAL it is nasty. Visibility is bad....Rain and Fog and Rain etc. Not looking forward to the drive home. Most people drive like psychos out here.

Be safe my brothers and sisters up north :)

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11/30/2012 07:01 PM
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Finally stopped raining about 3pm up here in South Lake Tahoe. Still windy though. Ground is completely saturated. 39 degrees right now but it doesn't look like we're going to get much if any snow tonight. Any news about the waves on the coast? Weather Channel showed a report from SF Bay area northwest of the Golden Gate bridge along the shoreline in a protected area. They showed the same report over and over for hours! Poor job of reporting if you ask me.
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Finally stopped raining about 3pm up here in South Lake Tahoe. Still windy though. Ground is completely saturated. 39 degrees right now but it doesn't look like we're going to get much if any snow tonight. Any news about the waves on the coast? Weather Channel showed a report from SF Bay area northwest of the Golden Gate bridge along the shoreline in a protected area. They showed the same report over and over for hours! Poor job of reporting if you ask me.
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I guess the storm that just hit you is now creating problems for Reno area - flash flood warnings on news just now.
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Last week it was ankle deep. I could wade in for rocks.
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Pineapple Express directed "atmospheric river" of high precipitable water air to be rained out over N. California. [link to twitter.com]
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California native hear. You pussies need to man up. It's not that bad. This crap happens every 5 to 10 years. It's winter. It rains a lot in N. California in the winter. Get over it.
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Pineapple Express directed "atmospheric river" of high precipitable water air to be rained out over N. California. [link to twitter.com]
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California native hear. You pussies need to man up. It's not that bad. This crap happens every 5 to 10 years. It's winter. It rains a lot in N. California in the winter. Get over it.
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Oops. "hear" = "here"
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Reno, Sparks, Washoe County declare state of emergency ahead of potential flooding
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

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The Truckee River is expected to reach major flood stage Sunday morning. [link to 1.usa.gov]

34 mWeather Underground‏@wunderground

The Russian River is forecast to reach moderate flood stage at 35.1 feet by Monday morning. [link to 1.usa.gov]

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Time lapse of a rising Russian River near Guerneville, CA [link to DON'T_USE-THIS]
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An eight foot surf has been reported by lifeguards in Huntington Beach, Calif.
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The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

A potent wet, windy storm will slam into the West Coast tonight through Sunday. Forecast: [link to wxch.nl]
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Latest advisories and watches for the upcoming storm system! #bayarearain #sfweather #weatheradvisories #heavyrain [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Extreme Weather in USA on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 05:11 (05:11 AM) UTC.

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A healthy winter storm brought pounding rain, power outages and some flooded streets to Santa Cruz County on Friday. Another storm is expected to blast the county Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. "There's some rain possible in the afternoon on Saturday but the heaviest will be overnight with fairly similar rainfall amounts," said Austin Cross, a forecaster with the National Weather Service. A weather station in Boulder Creek measured 4.8 inches of rain from 4 p.m. Thursday to 4 p.m. Friday -- the most rain the county. Other areas such as Davenport, Soquel, Watsonville and Santa Cruz had 1-2 inches of rain, the Weather Service reported. A flash flood watch will be in effect through Monday morning. The rising Pajaro River flooded Beach Road on Friday morning, but a sandbar that blocked the river from the ocean was breached by ocean waves about 1:20 p.m. Water receded Friday afternoon on Beach and Shell roads, Santa Cruz County officials said. When Beach and Shell roads flood, they can trap Pajaro Dunes residents in their beachfront neighborhood. Most vehicles could pass Friday morning through 1 foot or more of standing water. Many Pajaro Dunes residents had urged the county to remove the sandbar earlier with heavy equipment -- which a crew had ready Friday morning.

Bruce LaClergue, county flood control program manager, said officials preferred the ocean sweep away the sandbar naturally to protect marine life. Federal and state rules dictate when equipment can be used to clear the sandbar. "This is a naturally occurring phenomenon. We knew this would happen," LaClergue said of the natural outflow. With the exception of the Pajaro River, no other rivers in the county were flooded, said Melodye Serino, Santa Cruz County's public information officer. Organizers of the Downtown Santa Cruz Holiday Parade said they would decide Saturday morning whether to run it. The event features floats, marching bands, fire engines and horses. The parade is planned for 10 a.m. to noon Saturday on Pacific Avenue. Power outages peaked about 9:45 a.m. when roughly 1,400 customers were without electricity mostly in the San Lorenzo Valley, according to Pacific Gas & Electric Co. A tree that fell on wires in Boulder Creek caused a major outage, as well as wires that were knocked down in Ben Lomond. PG&E spokeswoman Monica Tell said about 600 residents were without power about 3 p.m. Crews expected power to be restored in both areas by 9 p.m. Friday.
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Thank you for all the updates. We lost power for several hours due to hurricane force winds 2 nights ago. We have a stronger one coming in late tonight. popcorn
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Gusts over 100 mph; 3-6 FEET of snow--that's what's headed to the high-country of northern & central CA tonight & Sunday
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STORM WATCH: The Truckee River is expected to rise above #flood stage from Hwy 395 in Reno through Sparks early Sunday: [link to abclocal.go.com]

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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Correction: Nearly 3 inches of rain fell near Brinnon, Wash. since 4 pm PST yesterday.
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Viewer sent us this pic of a tree that fell onto a carport in Mountain View: [link to yfrog.com] Send us your photos: [link to ureport.abc7news.com]
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Monica Woods‏@news10weather

heavy rain about to hit elk grove. heavy rain.moving east toward wilton. watch out for quick rises on creeks #elkgrove @News10_CA

5 minMonica Woods‏@news10weather

band of heavy rain mov thru dwtn sac right now. moving east. hitting folsom by 3:09p #sacwx #folsom @News10_CA
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Monica Woods‏@news10weather

roseville and citrus heights heavy rain on the way by 3p. #sacwx @News10_CA
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Dr. Greg Forbes‏@DrGregForbes

NWS predicting major river flooding Sunday on parts of Truckee, Navarro, and Russian Rivers in CA; moderate flooding on Eel and Napa Rivers

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More Weekend Flooding Rain, Mountain Snow Eye West Coast
UPDATED 1:45 PM PST, December 1, 2012
UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Fred Allen

Yet another powerful moisture-laden Pacific storm will dump heavy rain and mountain snow across the West Coast and northern Rocky Front Range tonight and Sunday. Not only will the flood threat grow, but dangerous landslides and potentially destructive wind gusts will also batter the region.
California`s San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys, as well as the San Francisco Bay area have been at the epicenter of staggering rainfall accumulations since the middle of last week. Unfortunately, another punch of Pacific moisture will rush onto the West Coast tonight and Sunday, spelling more unwanted drenching rain.
Rainfall tallies since Wednesday continue to climb, with Kentfield, Calif., an Earth Networks Live Tracking Station, measuring 8.58 inches; a whopping 7.04 inches of that fell since Friday alone. Alta, Calif., tops the list with 8.86 inches thus far, while an Earth Networks Live Tracking Station in Ross, Calif., has received 6.31 inches of rain.
A stagnant weather pattern has been at the helm for all this repeated wet weather along the West Coast during the past week. Just like its predecessors, this storm will be flung onto the West Coast by a parent low pressure camped out along the British Columbia Coast.
One to 3 inches will be squeezed out from Seattle to San Francisco, with 3 to 8 inches pelting saturated soil along the western slopes of Mount Shasta, Calif., the northern and central Sierra Nevada Spine, and along the southwestern Oregon Coast.
Flood Watches, Flood Warnings, and Flood Advisories remain in place for southwestern Oregon, the northern California Coast, and California`s San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys.
The succession of moist Pacific storms along with a lack of vegetation from this summer`s wildfires, as well as excessive runoff from snowmelt and clogged storm drains, will fuel a growing flash flood and life-threatening landslide later tonight and Sunday.
All this Pacific moisture will be converted to snow for the highest passes of the Cascades, Washington`s Olympic Mountains, as well as from Idaho`s Sawtooth Mountains to western Wyoming`s Tetons. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in place here, with a smattering of Winter Storm Watches now in place for the eastern slopes of the Washington Cascades and northeastern Washington State Mountains.
Snowfall accumulations of 1 to 2 feet are expected above 7,000 feet, with 5 to 10 inches likely as low as 3,000 feet.
As if that weren`t enough, the storm will dish out a blow of howling winds, potentially damaging at that. Not only will power disruptions grow, but driving will be a challenge for lowlands and passes alike. Gusts between 50 and 75 mph will be the norm, with the Sierra Ridge likely to see a few gusts flirt with 140 mph. Wind Advisories and High Wind Watches and Warnings remain in place from California`s San Joaquin Valley to north-central Montana.
After a brief respite late Monday into early Tuesday, another powerful Pacific disturbance will slide onto the West Coast by mid-week.

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