SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Do you have a dog in your neighborhood who barks all the time, but when you go up to see it, the dog turns passive, sitting there wagging its friendly […]
The monsoonal flow has stuck around the Bay Area longer than expected, bringing more wet weather than is normally seen at this time of year.
The same winds bringing the monsoonal moisture causing atypical summer weather in the Bay Area are also causing a phenomenon along the coast – making the water warmer.
The Bay Area summer weather has been rather atypical lately, with clouds, rain and even thunderstorms dotting the area and parts of Northern California, because of a monsoonal flow coming from the south.
After snow flurries on April Fool’s Day, the temperature will soar into the 80s within the week.
Rarely does sunny and dry weather come with so many oddities, but this extremely dry weather will soon set some all-time records here in the Bay Area.
KPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Deanno reports that only 1.34 inches of rainfall has been recorded downtown since the start of the year. A normal total through February would be 8.51 inches.
On Thursday night, KPIX 5/The CW 44 Cable 12 and CBS SF Radio held their 8th Annual Black History Month reception at the stations…