The Bay Area is due to get some much-needed rainfall as early as Wednesday when the first of two coming storms is forecast to spread across the region, KPIX 5 Meteorologist Lawrence Karnow said Tuesday.
As the Bay Area sees yet another day of record-breaking high temperatures, a look at average temperatures from summertime shows just how unusual this weather is.
High pressure will bring possible record breaking temperatures to the Bay Area, and a Fire Weather Watch was in effect Monday night for the North Bay Mountains.
Bay Area temperatures hit the lowest levels of the season Wednesday and werre likely to dip even further, with the region remaining unusually cold through next Wednesday.
A dry cold front dropped down from the north Tuesday, which will send overnight low temperatures below freezing in much of the Bay Area for the first time this season.
The weather is heating up in the Bay Area this Earth Day, and decades-old high-temperature records could be shattered Monday, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
The leading edge of another Bay Area storm was set to bring rain across the area.