Showers Wednesday morning have moved on, and the Bay Area is now looking at a warmup, back to seasonal temperatures across the Bay Area.
A coroner’s official says a 20-year-old man has died after lightning struck 14 people at popular Venice Beach in Los Angeles and Catalina Island.
Lightning struck over parts of the Bay Area giving some residents an early morning jolt on Tuesday and led to weather warning for pilots flying near the San Francisco International Airport.
It’s far from certain, but conditions are pointing toward El Nino conditions next winter and spring — and the possibility of significant rain for the parched West Coast.
An East Bay woman was feeling lucky to be alive after being struck by lightning during Monday’s storm.
Storm cells moving into the Bay Area Tuesday morning are causing delays for travelers arriving and departing from San Francisco International Airport, airport officials said.
There is a strong possibility of thunderstorms—and possibly lightning—for the Bay Area Tuesday afternoon, a spokesman for the National Weather Service said.
Lightning destroyed a redwood tree in Berkeley during a powerful storm Monday, damaging a nearby home.
Even if the Bay Area got all the rain predicted for the week, it still wouldn’t alleviate the record drought the region has been facing.
A flight arriving in Oakland Monday afternoon was struck by lightning in its approach to the Bay Area, but was undamaged and no one onboard was injured, an airline spokeswoman said.