First Day Of Summer Turns Up The Heat In Bay Area, SouthwestThe first day of summer brought warm weather to the Bay Area and triple-digit numbers across the Southwest.
El Niño Transforms Vibrant, Living Pacific Marine Reserve Into Coral GraveyardEl Niño's super warm water has turned what had been one of the world's most lush and isolated tropical marine reserve into a coral graveyard.
Snow That Stalled Sierra Traffic Could Return Saturday AfternoonBy Friday night, about 13 inches of snow had fallen at Kingvale and forecasters said more snow may arrive Saturday afternoon.
Rare Waterspout Touches Down On Lake BerryessaA fisherman on Lake Berryessa in Napa County didn't catch any trout Wednesday, but he did capture video of a rare waterspout.
Late Season Storm May Impact Travel To SierraFriday's system could impact travel through Donner and Carson passes and near Lassen National Park. Snow should taper off by late evening.
El Niño Weakens, Here Comes La Niña, Meteorologists SayIn the midst of an epic El Niño, federal meteorologists say its flip side, La Niña, is around the corner.
Intense Rain, Snowmelt Make For Breathtaking Waterfalls In YosemiteWaterfalls in Yosemite National Park will likely reach peak flows between now and May.
National Weather Service Stops SCREAMING IN ALL CAPSIn the age of social media writing in all caps is considered yelling, so next month federal meteorologists are lowering their voices and their letters -- except in dire emergencies.
Weekend Showers Cheer Californians Across State But Do Little To Ease DroughtIn San Francisco, a downpour delayed the Giants-Dodgers game for 41 minutes.
Bay Area Scorched By One-Day Heat WaveA warm air mass and offshore flow combined to bring record-breaking high temperatures to the Bay Area Wednesday, according to KPIX Meteorologist Roberta Gonzalez.
Record-Breaking Heat Expected In Bay Area WednesdayTemperatures around the Bay Area will pick up drastically during the middle of the week, possibly breaking previous records, according to the National Weather Service.
More Rain Passing Through Bay Area Ahead Of Dry SpellRainfall was expected Monday in the Bay Area and will likely last through Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.