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In San Francisco, the average afternoon temperature so far this May has been colder than it was in January.
A KPIX Weather Watcher spotted a funnel cloud from Sebastopol Thursday morning.
Funnel clouds are rare in the San Francisco Bay Area, but very typical with the chaotic types of clouds we have been experiencing.
Many of us had given up on seeing another drop of rain or flake of snow fall on Northern California this season, but as forecasts predicted, rain is sprinkling parts of the Bay Area Thursday and the Tahoe area is getting a much-needed snow sighting.
Well, if computer modules are correct, we will see light showers beginning in the East Bay Thursday afternoon with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms.
The Bay Area will have a rare chance of hearing thunder as a storm passes through on Thursday.
Halley’s Comet ‘Eta Aquarids’ Meteor Shower Peaks Overnight, Best Viewing Wednesday Morning Before Dawn
Halley’s Comet may be on the other side of the solar system, but debris from its trail hit Earth every May as the planet passes through its orbit, and the best viewing of the “Eta Aquarid” meteor shower will be just before dawn on Wednesday May 6th, 2015.
As if powerful earthquakes, a small South Pacific tsunami yesterday, and a new undersea volcano off the Pacific coast weren’t enough, today a massive dose of solar radiation was detected hitting earth.
A hazards alert went into effect at 8 a.m. Sunday morning for beaches facing south along the coasts of Marin and Santa Cruz counties, according to the National Weather Service.