In what sounds like a conspiracy theory, the fog over San Francisco was used by the U.S. military in the 1950s as a way to maske the spreading of a biological agent in simulated germ-warfare attacks.
It looks as if the fog is here to stay for a while, however we do have interesting “doings” beginning Wednesday!
Every indication is that Thursday will be the warmest day of the week around the Bay Area, with temperatures reaching above 100 in about 20 nearby cities.
The term, “socked in” is tossed around during our “June gloom” foggy mornings here in the San Francisco Bay Area. But where did such a term come from?
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.
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.
Here’s the deal. The San Francisco Bay Area has been unseasonably cool since right around May 5.
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The marine layer has remained fairly steady for the past 24 hours at roughly 3,000 feet. This is quite extensive! There will be very little change over the next few days with patchy drizzle at night and early mornings.