Sonoma County officials are warning residents about the possibility of mudslides Wednesday night into Thursday in the areas burned by the Oct. 2017 North Bay …
A flash flood watch has been issued for the North Bay valleys and mountains for Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.
Napa officials made it clear that this is “the day we have dreamed of” since savage wildfires sparked there a week ago.
Twenty-one fires across California have killed 26 people, destroyed thousands of structures and burned nearly 200,000 acres.
Thursday’s weather offers no help to firefighters battling 22 major wildfires across the North Bay.
All seven major Bay Area sports organizations have joined forces in support of the North Bay fire relief efforts.
Five major wildland fires have now burned more than 39,000 acres in Sonoma and Napa counties.
A price-gouging alert was issued Monday by the California attorney general to remind residents and business owners that California law prohibits price gouging during a state of emergency.
Several areas of west Solano County, near where the Atlas fire is burning in Napa County, were ordered to evacuate Monday night.
Seven fire-related deaths in Sonoma County and two in Napa brings the total number in the Bay Area to nine.