The Bay Area saw widespread showers across the Bay Area accompanied by dozens of lightning strikes over the past few hours.
They can be considered Pilots, signaling “bumpy” weather ahead! Some of the altocumulus clouds can develop into towering thunderstorms.
Another late-season storm system is expected to arrive in the Bay Area as early as Wednesday evening.
KCBS and KPIX Meteorologist Roberta Gonzales’ forecast includes a slight chance of rain in the Bay Area forecast towards the end of the week.
Many of us had given up on seeing another drop of rain or flake of snow fall on Northern California this season, but as forecasts predicted, rain is sprinkling parts of the Bay Area Thursday and the Tahoe area is getting a much-needed snow sighting.
An emergency dam is being built in the Delta due to California’s drought.
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.
Overnight rains led to flooding on Bay Area highways and were thought to be the cause of several accidents.
Gusty winds above 37 mile per hour, rainfall after 11 p.m., and snow in the mountains will hit Northern California as a brief storm moves through the drought-parched state.