High pressure continues to build into the Bay Area as the air mass begins to warm up.
The Bay Area’s coastal residents woke up to grey skies and even a bit of moisture early Monday, forcing some to flip on the windshield wipers for the first commute following the 4th of July holiday.
Forecasters are predicting the hottest day of the year in the Bay Area this week with a slight chance of a thunderstorm.
Every single long-range computer forecast model used by meteorologists predicts a strong, or very strong El Nino for the entire globe this coming winter, the first time that’s happened since 1997.
Last week we were wondering if we would ever be able to put away our winter sweaters and today we got our answer.
The National Weather Service is reminding the public to drink water and avoid leaving children and pets in parked cars due to a heat advisory that’s been issued for Monday afternoon.
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.