So hold onto your hat and/or use an extra pump of hairspray. It’s going to be a windy Tuesday.
That weather pattern change Californians have been hoping could make a dent in the drought won’t be happening.
Snow is back in the forecast for the Greater Lake Tahoe area! Accumulations have not been determined, but all snow is welcomed! In addition to the impending snowfall, many of the large Resorts, including Heavenly Mountain, has been relentless in making snow when weather conditions are stingy with precipitation.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
Historic rainfall totals in December edged Northern California above normal rainfall for this time of year, a rarity during the state’s 3-year drought, but while the long-range rain projections continue to look promising, expectations of warm weather ahead could mean we’ll end up with another disappointing year for Sierra snow.
The 60 mile per hour wind gusts due to slam the Bay Area overnight Tuesday could topple more trees, down power lines, and again plunge tens of thousands of people into darkness as wind shrieks through the trees around them. And behind that comes a blast of Arctic air, plunging temperatures down to the mid 20s.
Meteorologist Paul Deanno’s annual Christmas tradition weather forecast.
The Bay Area almost never sees a white Christmas, but a chance of rain forecast for Wednesday could mean a wet Christmas.
The Bay Area is in the middle of a third straight wet week, but things will change dramatically this weekend, allowing the region to dry out for most of the rest of 2014.
The Bay Area has not yet dried out from the last powerful storm, but already a new soaker is moving in with the potential to drop close to two inches of rain in some location.