The recent stretch of cold weather days in Northern California could have long-term effects on state’s citrus industry and growers are using a high-tech way of assessing the damage.
A homeless man found dead in Dublin may be the fifth person in the Bay Area to lose his life due to the recent frigid temperatures over the past two weeks.
Bay Area residents felt biting cold temperatures again on Thursday as a cold snap led to traffic mishaps, airport delays and increased concern over Northern California’s citrus crop.
Bay Area temperatures hit the lowest levels of the season Wednesday and werre likely to dip even further, with the region remaining unusually cold through next Wednesday.
A dry cold front dropped down from the north Tuesday, which will send overnight low temperatures below freezing in much of the Bay Area for the first time this season.
Higher-than-normal temperatures over Thanksgiving Day will end this week as a cold snap heading for the Bay Area is expected to blanket the region by mid-week, according to the National Weather Service.
Despite a typical summer day in San Francisco, fans of Alice@97.3 braved the unsettled weather at this year’s Alice’s Summerthing at Golden Gate Park…
Freezing overnight temperatures will continue in many parts of the Bay Area early this week before a slight warming trend begins Wednesday, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
Thursday was a busy night for San Francisco’s homeless outreach team, which was encouraging people to find shelter from the chilly weather.