Expect a whole lot of sunshine to jump start your week as temperatures climb into the triple digits in some parts of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Three Bay Area cities saw record high temperatures Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
Two people had to be treated for heat exhaustion after a VTA light rail train broke down in San Jose due to a mechanical issue, officials with the San Jose Fire Department said.
California power grid operators are calling for another “flex alert” Wednesday, urging residents to conserve power as temperatures peek into triple digits for a second day.
Today’s temperatures in our Inland areas will soar to 108 degrees which got me thinking, where does the term “sweating like a pig” come from?
For the first time this summer season, the thermometer will hit or exceed 100 degrees in many places Thursday. Here is a look at the hottest cities around the Bay Area! You will notice the heat is primarily focused on the East and North Bay.
Officials say a number of power outages have hit thousands of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers Monday, including more than 40,000 in the East Bay and 10,000 in San Jose.
Monday’s hot weather led to delays throughout the BART system and a the closure of a station in Berkeley for several hours.
The second season at Levi’s Stadium will likely be a little more comfortable for fans now that there are plans to install air cooling units in the stands.
In one of the weirdest winter weather patterns in recent memory, New Year’s brought 20 degree lows to the inland Bay Area, followed by highs in the 80s Tuesday in Santa Cruz.