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Why Have I Never Heard Of The ‘Black Moon’ Before?

It can be confusing and downright technical, but think of a Black Moon as one of four astronomical events which centers around a New Moon or Dark Moon.


Lake Tahoe (credit: Hanna Bankston/UGC/CBS Local)

Snow In Tahoe This Weekend? There’s A Chance

There is an “inside slider” that will bring partly cloudy skies beginning Friday to the Greater Lake Tahoe area, with a CHANCE of snow showers over the weekend. Otherwise, long range computer models suggest a shot of snow on February 27 and 28.


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Final King Tides Of Season To Surge Bay Area Coastline Tuesday-Thursday

The Bay Area is about to get hit with the season’s last round of high seas known as the “King Tides.”


Saints Peter and Paul Church

102-Year-Old Temperature Record Could Fall As Bay Area Heats Up Friday

With temperatures up to 80 degrees likely Friday we could see temperatures fall all around the Bay Area, stretching down to the central coast.


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Sneaker Waves, Strong Rip Currents Warning Issued For Bay Area Beaches This Weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a Beach Hazard Statement for the San Francisco Bay Area this weekend.


Entrance to Asilomar State Beach in Monterey County. (Ekabhishek/Flickr/Creative Commons)

Will We Be Enjoying Beach Weather This Valentine’s Day?

Yes, but it comes with a warning!


The Boston and San Francisco skylines as seen during winter 2015. (Kayana Szymczak/Getty Images-Ron Cervi/KCBS)

Tale Of Two Cities: Twitter Captures How Different ‘Winter’ Is In SF, Boston

Boston and San Francisco have a lot in common: Historic significance, famed architecture, world class universities, storied sports teams…but winter weather? Not so much.


Yosemite Falls viewed from the valley floor. (Philip Russell)

I’m Headed To Yosemite – Will It Feel Like Winter Or Spring?

The photo featured is of Yosemite Falls. What I find extraordinary is the waterfall is flowing again, after a dry month of January. The Rivers and waterfalls water levels have been low, but because of this last week’s much need rain and snow, Yosemite Falls is flowing again! Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Falls, Vernal Falls, and Nevada Falls, are running very well, with smaller waterfalls around the park. You will notice plenty of deer, squirrels and if you are lucky, coyote running around the Park.



Storm Wind Topples Massive Trees, Narrowly Missing Oakland Hills Home

Crews are working to clear trees and power lines that were knocked down in this weekend’s Bay Area storm.



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