Tuesday Top of the Scroll: ’Bomb cyclone’ could break records as it slams into the West Coast, bringing 100 mph winds and blizzard conditions
In the forecast stretching from Tuesday through Friday are plummeting temperatures, hurricane-force gusts that could reach or exceed 100 mph in some locations, giant waves of up to 37 feet, as much as four feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada and heavy rain in lower elevations between San Diego and Salem.
- Sacramento Bee: Is the wildfire season over? Rain, snow headed to California bring hope after brutal year
- KQED News: With Tuesday storm, Bay Area pivots from endless dry season to full-on winter
- Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Storms expected to dump at least an inch of rain on Sonoma County this week
- California Weather Blog: Wild weather week in California: fire risk, rain/wind, low snow levels