Special Coverage: Storm Jan17
January rains were a record-breaker
All the rain we got in January broke a more than century-old Santa Rosa record and there's more on the way.
Storm dumps 2 inches
Crews were clearing downed trees and flooded roads Thursday after an overnight drenching that brought more than 6 inches of rain to parts of Sonoma County.
More rain on the way for the North Bay
National Weather Service warns of potential flooding and power outages as the next winter storm bears down.
Russian River crests, North Coast scrambles to clean up
Crews in cities as well as rural areas scrambled to bring normalcy back to a region battered by four days of punishing storms.
Is the drought finally over in Northern California?
More than 40 percent of California has emerged from a punishing drought that covered the whole state a year ago, federal drought-watchers said Thursday.
Storm watch: Russian River to crest this morning, lower than expected
As Sonoma County enjoys a bit of a storm break, flood worries eased along the Russian River which is expected to crest at 37.6 feet this morning, well under a previous prediction.
Heavy rains, little damage as latest storm pelts Sonoma
While Sonoma Valley has been pelted by rain, it seems to have escaped any damage.Though creeks and ditches are filling, there are no reports of any flooding except for the intersection of Broadway and Highway 121.
Sonoma County Storm
A storm flooded roads, downed trees and knocked out power to thousands in Sonoma County on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017.
Drivers in Sonoma County tempt fate on flooded roads
Driving onto flooded roads puzzles responders and places drivers in peril.
Rains continue to swamp Sonoma
Little local drama in weekend storm, but the next tempest could bring trouble.
Thousands still without power in Sonoma County
Power outages continue to plague pockets of Sonoma County early Monday after the weekend storm.