Latest SF Bay Area Weather
The National Weather Service confirms a strong El Nino is increasingly likely, and some sort of El Nino is nearly guaranteed, while a very strong El Nino historically has clobbered San Francisco with 43 inches of rain.
NASA Data Shows Average July Temperatures Across Large Part Of The Globe To Top 90 Degrees By Year 2099
The data was presented this week as part of an international public-private partnership called Climate Services for Resilient Development.
It’s not even going to amount to a free car wash, but that won’t stop the drought-plagued Bay Area from celebrating the rare June precipitation we saw Wednesday morning.
Bands of rain and muggy conditions are sweeping across the Bay Area Wednesday morning.
No matter where you are in the Bay Area, you can actually FEEL the difference in our weather today. We have so many different elements happening! Let’s begin with the wind.
Don’t be surprised if it feels a little more muggy during your outdoor strolling Tuesday. Moisture has moved in and cooled the Bay Area significantly.
Officials say a number of power outages have hit thousands of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers Monday, including more than 40,000 in the East Bay and 10,000 in San Jose.
First, let’s begin with today! A heat advisory is in effect for our inland areas as temperatures soar into the triple digits for the first time this year. The hottest locations will be in the East Bay. Concord, Clayton, Pleasanton and Livermore will all hit near 103 degrees. Brentwood, Tracy, Mountain House, Discovery Bay could even be hotter. With this kind of heat, the potential for fire danger increases.
Last week we were wondering if we would ever be able to put away our winter sweaters and today we got our answer.