Paul Deanno

Weird Summer Weather Means El Nino Is Already Here And Getting StrongerRain in July, summer storms in the Sierra, and recents days of much higher-than-normal humidity means the El Nino we have been waiting for is already here.
Every Long-Range Computer Model Forecast Predicting Strong, Or Very Strong El Nino This WinterEvery 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.
May In San Francisco Was 2015's Coolest MonthThe average high temperature in San Francisco in May was 60.2 degrees, more than five degrees cooler than normal.
Chilly May Weather Gives San Francisco Small Blast Of A Winter That Wasn'tIn San Francisco, the average afternoon temperature so far this May has been colder than it was in January.
Thunderstorms May Rumble Over Bay Area As Storm Passes ThroughThe Bay Area will have a rare chance of hearing thunder as a storm passes through on Thursday.
Rainfall Vs. Snowpack: California's Confusing Drought
Bay Area Can Expect Scattered Showers On MondayThe North Bay is only expecting to see a quarter of an inch, with the rest of the Bay Area maybe a tenth of an inch on average.
Schizophrenic Winter Weather Plunges Bay Area Into 20s, Then Sizzles Santa Cruz At 80 DegreesIn 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.
'Twas The Night Before Christmas And All Around The Bay...Meteorologist Paul Deanno's annual Christmas tradition weather forecast.
Storm Systems To Move Through NorCal, But Rain Totals Won't Be Too Impressive
Monsoonal Flow, Wet Weather Lingers In The Bay Area; More Rain Than In Entire MonthThe monsoonal flow has stuck around the Bay Area longer than expected, bringing more wet weather than is normally seen at this time of year.
Southern Winds Producing Monsoonal Climate Also Warming Bay Area Coastal WatersThe 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.