Articles Tagged With ‘Weather’




Series of storms to bring rain to the Central Coast

A series of three El Niño-related rainstorms are expected to bring 4 to 6 inches of rain to the Central Coast this week. The first storm moving in late Sunday is expected to bring rain on Monday. A second, stronger... (Continue reading)

California wildfire could lead to landslides

Officials are warning of possible landslides on hills north of Ventura that were burned by a wildfire over the weekend. The potential landslides could threaten nearby railroad tracks, Highway 101 and Highway 1. [Fox News] Ventura County fire Capt. Mike... (Continue reading)

Tree falls on vacationing family in Morro Bay

A large pine tree uprooted in Morro Bay Wednesday afternoon and fell on an SUV while a family of seven was inside. [KSBY] Morro Bay fire officials estimated the tree was as tall as 100 feet. No one suffered any... (Continue reading)

Family of five dies in Bakersfield plane crash

Five members of a Northern California family died Saturday when their small plane crashed in an almond orchard near Bakersfield. Both parents, two daughters and a son died in the crash. [Mercury News] The family was flying from San Jose... (Continue reading)

Homeless suffer during cold spells

OPINION by BECKY JORGESON It’s 5 a.m. in the morning and it’s 26 degrees out. I wonder how many more homeless people will die this winter on the Central Coast from hypothermia. We have so many volunteers signed up, excited... (Continue reading)

California man found dead in SUV buried in mud

Los Angeles County firefighters found the remains of a 49-year-old Palmdale man in an SUV buried under six feet of mud Tuesday. [NBC LA] Officials say the person is likely a victim of the recent storm and mudsliding. However, homicide... (Continue reading)

Traffic flowing in SLO County following mud cleanup

Traffic on Highway 101 in San Luis Obispo County is now moving, following weekend delays caused by out-of-county mudslides. Flash flooding and mudslides led to the closure of parts of Interstate 5 and Highway 58 late last week, according to... (Continue reading)

July storm sets SLO County records, knocks out power

Record rainfall totals and power outages occurred across San Luis Obispo County over the weekend as rare July thunderstorms soaked the Central Coast. Paso Robles accumulated the most rainfall in the county, totalling 3.55 inches by Sunday evening, PG&E’s John... (Continue reading)

New Year’s brings freezing temperatures

Central Coast residents must brave cold, frost, ice and even snow for outdoor celebrations of the New Year. Northern Santa Barbara County’s Cuyama Valley received several inches of snow Tuesday, and officials had to briefly shut down a stretch of... (Continue reading)

Four injured on icy Paso Robles roads

Two crashes, each injuring two people, occurred on icy Paso Robles roads Monday morning. [KSBY] Around 8:30 a.m., a 16-year-old female lost control of her Pontiac Vibe while going around a curve on Interlake Road just south of Nacimiento Lake... (Continue reading)