Jan 10, 2017

Arcade Creek, Morrison Creek and Dry Creek all at flood stage

Rio Linda, CA
Bill Lindelof, Cathy Locke, Tony Bizjak, Phillip Reese, and Jessica Hice
Sacramento Bee
Crews take steps to fix levee damage near Wliton. Photo: The Sacramento Bee
Crews take steps to fix levee damage near Wliton. Photo: The Sacramento Bee

Here’s the latest on the Sacramento area storms on Tuesday [January 10]:

I-80 through Sierra closed for night, crews work to clear avalanches

Arcade Creek, Morrison Creek reach flood stages

Dry Creek reaches flood stage in Rio Linda, evacuations underway

Avalanche conditions close Highway 50 overnight from Sly Park to Meyers

Placer County opens shelter in Kings Beach for people stranded in blizzard

Placerville declares state of emergency as storm exceeds capacity of wastewater plant

Two trees fall on houses in North Highlands; fire crews on scene

Crystal Bay residents advised to stay indoors due to avalanche threat

Sinkhole closes freeway off-ramp in Nevada City

El Dorado County declares state of emergency due to storm damage

More Sacramento Weir gates to open

Flooding closes Elk Grove roads

Highway 50 closes for avalanche work

Garden Highway residents face rising Sacramento River

Harvey the cat rescued from perch at flooded Discovery Park

Avalanche at Alpine Meadows damages homes

County recommends Wilton residents evacuate before floods

Flooding possible as Cosumnes River predicted to overtop banks

Tier 4 storm in South Lake Tahoe

Flooding on Raley Boulevard

Highway 50 reopens, Interstate 80 remains closed as blizzard persists

Highway 128 in Yolo closed due to road damage

Another snow day for students in Tahoe

High winds to howl Tuesday in Sacramento, Sierra Nevada

Blizzard, avalanche dangers in Sierra Nevada

Forecast calls for heavy rain in Sacramento

Weir opens for first time in decade