King Tides Expected To Return To Bay Area On King HolidayAccording to the California Coastal Commission, the January king tides occurring January 19 through 21st will offer a glimpse of the future with how sea levels are expected to rise.
High-Tech Binoculars On Marin County Trail Simulate Bay Vistas After Decades Of Global WarmingSophisticated software-enhanced binoculars installed on the Marin County shoreline will let viewers envision the San Pablo Bay after decades of global warming and rising sea levels.
Planners Seek Public Comment On Plan To Restore SF Ocean BeachProject planners are seeking public comment on a plan to abate erosion and close the Great Highway at Ocean Beach south of Sloat Blvd. in San Francisco.
San Mateo County Planners Grapple With Expected 3-Foot Sea Level Rise The threat of rising seas in San Mateo County was the focus of a planning conference in Foster City Friday morning hosted by federal, state and county government leaders.
Landmark Congressional Climate Change Report Predicts Rising Sea Levels For California, More Disastrous WeatherCalifornia to see increased sea levels, more catastrophic flooding, higher erosion, and a threat to drinking water according to a congressionally mandated climate change report.
Monster High Tides To Hit Bay Area, Flood Low-Lying Coastal AreasThe sun and moon's gravity align Monday to create the highest tides of the year, known as King Tides, potentially flooding low-lying roadways, and leading to unusual sights around docks, piers, and beaches in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Light Snow On Twin Peaks; Heavier In SouthbaySnow fell on San Francisco’s Twin Peaks and Merced Heights neighborhoods early Saturday morning, according to a National Weather Service forecaster.