KPIX chief meteorologist Paul Deanno checked the records and found out that the last time afternoons were this cool in May in San Francisco was back in 1980.
In San Francisco, the average afternoon temperature so far this May has been colder than it was in January.
Well, if computer modules are correct, we will see light showers beginning in the East Bay Thursday afternoon with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms.
The Bay Area will have a rare chance of hearing thunder as a storm passes through on Thursday.
The marine layer has returned to the Bay Area with vengeance and we can attribute it to a weak dry, cold front.
Our KPIX extended 7 Day Forecast is broken down into three regions: Coast, Bay and Inland. Technically, Redwood City is considered the Peninsula.
A fast-moving cold front is expected to produce showers throughout the Bay Area on Saturday morning.
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.