Listen: Santa Rosa Creek, Anna Schneider And Santa Rosa discussed on 24 Hour News
"Three forty here in the bay area the wild weekend weather claimed a victim maybe to Sunday afternoon on the UC Berkeley campus, a tree uprooted by howling winds from the stormy weather fell on a car killing the driver. He's been identified as thirty two year old Alexander grant of Nevado. Meanwhile, Monday morning, Santa Rosa, firefighter. There's pulled the body of a man from Santa Rosa creek west of downtown while it's not known what role the weather may have played in that death. Recent rainfall had swollen the creek which was moving faster than normal with runoff from the weekends heavy rains. Then there was Santa Cruz. No injuries. But national weather service meteorologist, Anna Schneider tells us to tornadoes touched down over the weekend. Started out as waterspouts over the Monterey Bay and then made landfall on on the coast. They didn't last very long. I was only about two minutes and the second was just a just about a minute. That hit the worst. She says the first tornado had a path about one hundred and twenty five yards and estimated wind speeds between sixty and seventy miles per hour that second tornado struck about twenty minutes later and was even more powerful packing winds between eighty and eighty five miles per hour. There was little damage construction signed tossed into a mail box little damaged under the roof of a restaurant, but again, no injuries. Heavy rain over the weekend has caused quarter Madera creek in Marin county to rise considerably the area received as much as five inches of rain KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub tells us business."