A pool of unstable air is moving over the San Francisco Bay Area tonight, pulling in subtropical moisture and bringing in fast-moving but heavy rain showers.
A big change in the Tuesday forecast is serving up muggier, but cooler conditions with a chance of thunderstorms.
Tuesday brings one more day of heavy clouds and some widespread morning and evening drizzle for the Bay Area, extending the respite for allergy sufferers who had been sneezing through much of our early spring.
They can be considered Pilots, signaling “bumpy” weather ahead! Some of the altocumulus clouds can develop into towering thunderstorms.
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It appears as if this picture is a really cool example of Radiation (or Tule) fog, which formed in the Valley after recent rains.
Another round of rainy weather is heading toward the Bay Area just days after a powerful storm delivered a wallop of flooding and power outages throughout the region this week.
A team of U.C. Berkeley climate researchers say models of future cloud behavior suggest a big jump in United States lightning strikes this century.
Low clouds and drizzle Tuesday morning caused flights to be delayed by up to an hour at San Francisco International Airport, a duty manager said.