Another day has come and so have more problems for California residents, visitors, businesses and the government alike. Here are the latest disaster happenings in this State by location.
Hwy 267 – Brockway Summit
- Closed: Highway 267 between
@Northstar_CA & #KingsBeach is closed due to slides. (Placer Co Sheriff)
I-80 Near Summit
- Closed: I-80 closed due to blizzard conditions over summit. Caltrans crews trying to clear snow. E/B drivers stuck in Colfax. (Media)
- Weather: Neat loop of an atmospheric river on water vapor bringing *more* rain to Northern and Central California. (NOAA)
- Flash Flood Warning issued for Niles Canyon area near Alameda Creek. (Fremont PD)
- Morrison Canyon will remain closed due to mud and land slides until early March. Please do not drive up the road. (City of Fremont)
- A Break? More Showers still hanging on across the
#BayArea & #MontereyBay areas. A break will come soon. (Citizen via Twitter)
Bridal Veil Falls (near)
- TRAFFIC ALERT: Highway 50 near Bridal Veil Falls is 1 lane in each direction due to a roadway slip out. Expect delays. (CAL Trans)
- Road Conditions: Visibility improving – snow/ice removal will take time. (CAL Trans District #3)
Lake Berryessa Spillway
- Above Spillway: This afternoon
#LakeBerryessa Morning Glory Spillway at 3 1/2 feet above top of spillway. About 5,000 cfs coming out at the bottom.
Los Angeles County
- Northerly winds to develop Wed across mtns, desert &
#SantaBarbara area. Winds could spread into other parts. (NWS Los Angeles)
Coyote Creek (Near)
San Jose residents in low-lying areas close to Coyote Creek should be prepared for evacuation due to flooding. If your home is very near Coyote Creek, please take necessary precautions now to be prepared to leave.
The San José Housing Department conducted extensive outreach to alert people living outdoors along Coyote Creek about dangers associated with camping by the creek. The City has opened its four winter overnight warming centers as it regularly does during periods of cold and wet weather.
- Tully Community Library – 880 Tully Road
- Bascom Community Center – 1000 S. Bascom Avenue
- Biblioteca Lationamericana – 921 S. 1st Street (ADA Accessible)
- Washington United Youth Center – 921B S. 1st Street (Designated for Families)
To report downed trees and flooding, call (408) 794-1900 (24/7 number). If a tree is in the roadway, please call 911 to make the report immediately. To reach PG&E to report lines down and obtain updates on power outages in your area, please call 800-743-5000.?
High stream flows in Coyote Creek are expected to cause low-lying areas near Coyote Creek to flood. Peak flows from the Anderson Dam spillway are expected on Tuesday, and this will affect the downstream areas of Coyote Creek .
Red Cross Shelters
- James Lick High School – 57 N. White Rd 95127
- Evergreen Valley High School, 3300 Quimby Rd in response to the Coyote Creek flooding.
- Shirakawa Community Center – 2072 Lucretia Ave 95122
- Mayfair Community Center – 2039 Kammerer Ave 95116
- Quinn Ave – Senter Rd to Will Wool Dr
- Rock Springs Dr – Nordale Ave to southend of Rock Springs Dr
- Wool Will Dr – Wool Creek Dr to Quinn Av
- Will Creek Dr – Senter Rd to Eastend
- Welch Ave – Nordale Ave to Needles Dr
- Needles Dr – Senter Rd to Rock Springs Dr
- Nordale Ave – Senter Rd to Rock Springs Dr
- Bevin Brook Dr – Senter Rd to eastend of Bevin Brook Dr
- Phelan Ave – East of Senter Rd to Bevin Brook Dr
- Berryessa Rd – Sierra Rd to Commercial St.
- Keyes St – Senter Rd to Roberts Ave
- Tully Rd – Lucretia Ave to Senter Rd
- Williams St at 16th St
- Senter Rd – Tully Rd to Story Rd
- Rock Springs Rd – Phelan Ave to Needles Dr
- Bailey Ave – IBM Eastbound to Santa Teresa Blvd
- Santa Teresa Blvd Southbound – Bayliss Dr to Bailey
- Coyote Ranch Rd – Monterey Rd to Coyote Creek
- Open one lane: Foxworthy Avenue – from Rubino Dr to Hillsdale Ave
- Open one lane: Berryess Rd Westbound – Sierra to Commercial
- San Jose Happy Hollow Park , 1300 Senter Road (this is ½ mile north of the Central Service Yard, which is no longer accessible because of road closures) .
- Mabury Service Yard, 1404 Mabury Road
- Santa Clara Valley Water District Winfield Warehouse, Winfield Boulevard between Blossom Hill Road and Coleman Avenue
(More Preparedness Tips –> http://sanjoseca.gov/index.aspx?NID=4789)
- Scattered showers persist across
#NorCal this evening. Of note, a strong thunderstorm has formed in Tehama County. (NWS Sacramento)
- Raining – It has rained a little over one inch in the past 2 days in the Ventura foothills. (Twitter eyewitness)
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