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

 
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2 minNWSBayArea‏@NWSBayArea

Wind gust to 52 MPH reported southeast of Pinnacles National Park. #bayareawind

2 minPG&E‏@PGE4Me

@PGE4Me Service Area Outage Total (11 AM): 89,500. 4,740 out in #SantaCruz County.

2 minRyan Quintana‏@Ryan_Quintana

A stormy morning in #Concord [link to yfrog.us] …

3 minPG&E‏@PGE4Me

#BayArea Outage Update (11 AM): #NorthBay –5,060; #EastBay – 7,620; #SF – 1,930; Peninsula – 4,730; South Bay – 1,310; Total = 20,650

4 minNWSBayArea‏@NWSBayArea

From CHP: Mud and rock in the west bound lane reported east of Watsonville on highway 129. #bayarearain
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12/02/2012 03:02 PM

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ABC7 News‏@abc7newsBayArea

.@PGE4Me is reporting that total service area outage is 89,500 and 4,740 out in #SantaCruz County. #FlashFlood
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System-wide Customer Impact (11 AM): Total Affected: 414,153 Restored: 334,105 Remaining: 80,048
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12/02/2012 03:08 PM

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Travis Bickle
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12/02/2012 03:11 PM

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Beautiful clear blue skies in the North Bay (Sonoma County). No wind and plenty of sun. :-)
One of these days... A *REAL* rain is gonna come and wash all this scum off the streets.
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12/02/2012 03:14 PM

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Beautiful clear blue skies in the North Bay (Sonoma County). No wind and plenty of sun. :-)
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yes it's clear in that area now...
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12/02/2012 03:17 PM

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Red Cross CRC‏@RedCrossCRC

@RedCrossCRC is opening an evacuation center for San Andreas residents. The center will be at the Town Hall, 24 Churchill Rd, San Andreas.
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12/02/2012 04:02 PM
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What a dud!
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PG&E‏@PGE4Me

#SantaCruz County Outage Update (1 PM): 2,480 customers w/o power.

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#BayArea Outage Update (1 PM): #NorthBay – 4,180; #EastBay 10,340; #SF 660; Peninsula 4,860; South Bay 1,120; Total 21,160 #bayarea
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NWSBayArea‏@NWSBayArea

Heavy rain now through the Big Sur Village. #bayarearain

16 minBreaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

At least 8 rivers at flood-watch stage after 3rd storm in 5 days slams Northern California - @USATODAY [link to usat.ly]
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PG&E‏@PGE4Me

#SantaCruz County Outage Update (1 PM): 2,480 customers w/o power.

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#BayArea Outage Update (1 PM): #NorthBay – 4,180; #EastBay 10,340; #SF 660; Peninsula 4,860; South Bay 1,120; Total 21,160 #bayarea
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Wno needs power, it`s sunshine and blue sky`s now lol
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Weather Underground‏@wunderground

The Truckee River at Truckee appears to have crested just below flood stage.
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ABC7 News‏@abc7newsBayArea

.@PGE4Me is reporting a power outage update: #NorthBay – 4,180; #EastBay 10,340; #SF 660; Peninsula 4,860; South Bay 1,120; Total 21,160
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Kristina Werner‏@KristinasCall

5-day rain totals...Sac-4.74, Rosville-5.25, Foresthill-8.92" ...very impressive!
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12/02/2012 04:43 PM

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Breaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

A wind gust up to 150 mph was just measured atop Mammoth Mountain, California - @weatherchannel [link to wxch.nl]
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12/02/2012 04:45 PM

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Weather Underground‏@wunderground

150 mph wind gust on top of Ward Mountain in CA
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#BayArea Outage Update (2 PM): North Bay: 4,140; #EastBay: 3,910; #SF: 480; Peninsula: 3,630; South Bay: 1,130 #BayArea Total: 13,290


7 minBreaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

As much as an inch of rain per hour fell in some areas of Northern California - @AP [link to DON'T_USE-THIS]
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12/02/2012 05:24 PM

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ABC7 News‏@abc7newsBayArea

UPDATE: Napa River flood predictions downgraded. River expected to crest between 5-6 p.m., and is projected to stay within its banks.
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12/02/2012 07:52 PM
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Great work Luis. Hasn't even had a mention on Aussie tv. Wouldn't even know it was happening.
Keep safe all.
hf
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12/03/2012 06:27 AM

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Melissa Crowley‏@MelissaCrowley

Also Highway 16 still closed mudslide near Rumsey Canyon#ews10
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12/03/2012 08:23 AM

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Ryan Quintana‏@Ryan_Quintana

White Hill Middle School in #Fairfax will be closed today due to storm damage on campus
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Stats from 5 days of the West being battered by storms include a Category 4 hurricane-force gust. [link to www.accuweather.com]
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12/03/2012 08:25 AM

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Intense Winds, Feet of Rain, Snow Slam West

By Anthony Sagliani, Meteorologist

December 03, 2012; 5:59 AM
Storms walloped the West over the weekend, causing flooding and mudslides and power outages.

Since November 27th, a series of powerhouse storms have pummeled the Northwest. The storms have left behind flooded rivers, creeks and streams. Winds have knocked down trees and led to scattered power outages. There has even been the risk for avalanches and mudslides in higher elevations.

The hardest-hit area is across northern California, but the impacts are far-reaching, and stretch from San Francisco to Seattle.

Some of the heaviest rainfall totals in California include 17.50 inches in Petrolia, 15.16 inches at Oak Mountain, and 12.55 inches at Secret Town.


Torrential rain has also fallen in parts of Oregon and Washington, with a total of 12.35 inches at Obrien, Ore., and 9.03 inches at Wynoochee Lake, Wash.

Intense winds have also been reported during this series of storms. Mammoth Mountain in California gusted to 150 mph at one point. That is the same strength as a strong category 4 hurricane.

A 95 mph wind gust was reported just south of Reno, Nev., and wind gusts to 74 mph were measure in Newport, Ore.

Water flies as a vehicle drives through a flooded street in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. The second in a series of storms slammed Northern California on Friday as heavy rain and strong winds knocked out power, tied up traffic and caused flooding along some stretches. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

In addition to intense wind, higher elevations of California into Oregon and Washington have also received heavy snow.

Kirkwood Ski Resort in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California has seen 22 inches. Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort follows with a total of 19 inches in the last 5 days.

Other heavy snow totals have included 25.4 inches at Ketchum, Idaho and 23 inches at Mount Rose Ski Resort in Nevada.

A hose of Pacific moisture will continue to aim at the Northwest over the next 3-5 days. Another 2-4 inches of rain will fall from the coast of California northward to the northern Washington coast.



Snow on the order of another 1-3 feet will fall in the mountains.

Flooding, heavy mountain snow and high winds will continue to cause widespread travel disruptions through Wednesday.

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12/03/2012 08:40 AM

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Kristen Sze TV News‏@abc7kristensze

#bayarearain power outage latest: north bay 700 still w/o power, east bay 600, 600 south bay, santa cruz 250. yest peak: 125K lost power!

4 minABC7 News‏@abc7newsBayArea

Good Morning! It will be dry today with temps in the upper 50s to mid 60s around the Bay Area. Watch @MikeNiccoABC7’s forecast on ABC7 News.
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12/03/2012 08:41 AM

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Kristen Sze TV News‏@abc7kristensze

#bayarearain power outage latest: north bay 700 still w/o power, east bay 600, 600 south bay, santa cruz 250. yest peak: 125K lost power!

4 minABC7 News‏@abc7newsBayArea

Good Morning! It will be dry today with temps in the upper 50s to mid 60s around the Bay Area. Watch @MikeNiccoABC7’s forecast on ABC7 News.
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

MT @accuelliot: It's not a true signal yet, but changes in the stratosphere may indicate cold for the Midwest & Northeast in 10-15 days.
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Lawrence Karnow‏@LawrenceKarnow

We're expecting a brief break in the stormy weather but more rain is on the way. We'll tell you about it on CBS5. @cbssf
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Check out this hole on Mountain View Dr. In Lafayette! [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Check out this hole on Mountain View Dr. In Lafayette! [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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What state is that lafayette in?
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Extreme Weather in USA on Monday, 03 December, 2012 at 09:39 (09:39 AM) UTC.

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The last in a series of punishing storms swept through Northern California on Sunday, leaving downed power lines, cracked tree limbs and buckets of rain - but not, it appeared, the disastrous flooding that authorities had feared. Since Wednesday, a string of storms had passed through the region. Each passed over an unusual band of tropical moisture hovering above the Pacific. That was the root of the concern: Officials feared that the warmed storms would leave a torrent of rain rather than snow, and flooding was feared along at least seven rivers. "If this was a more typical cool event, a lot of that would have been snow and wouldn't have run off into the rivers," said Eric Kurth, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Sacramento. The rains came - nine inches east of Sacramento; a foot in Paradise, near Chico. "We're seeing some of the most intense rain we've seen," Kurth said.

Some rivers, such as the Napa, began topping their banks. Roughly 100,000 homes and businesses lost power, powerful winds knocked over a truck on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, and Bay Area Rapid Transit train service was disrupted briefly after a power outage. And the threat was not over; the Russian River in Sonoma County could overflow its banks Monday. But in several communities, calamity was narrowly avoided. Authorities had warned, for instance, that flooding could be most severe along the Truckee River north of Lake Tahoe. According to the Truckee Police Department, the river reaches its flood point near the city of Truckee at 41/2 feet; authorities had predicted that a storm could swell the river to 71/2 feet. Then, just in time, the temperature dropped to freezing, and officials were heartened to see wet snow, not rain. Rather than snow levels remaining at 10,000 feet and above, as predicted, areas as low as 7,000 feet were being blanketed.

Vic Ferrera, the Nevada County Emergency Services manager, said that although there was standing water in some parking lots, the threat of significant flooding had subsided by Sunday afternoon. Evacuation centers had been established but were empty, so far. "We're basically on the back end of it now," Ferrera said. "It looks like the Truckee River is not a threat." In the city of Napa, too, authorities had distributed more than 8,000 sandbags and braced for the worst. But the latest storm moved through more quickly than had been predicted, and officials said in a recorded message to residents that flooding of the Napa River would be limited to rural and agricultural areas. Riverside parks and the city's Promenade were closed as a precaution. Flood warnings were also canceled in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties.
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