Lightning struck 978 times in the Bay Area Thursday night during a dry storm that prompted a Red Flag Warning for fire danger, according to the National Weather Service.
Clouds visible in Thursday’s sunrise signal a change in the forecast with muggier conditions and a chance for thunderstorms across Northern California.
Rain 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.
Rain and thunderstorms are back in the forecast as a low-pressure system builds off the coast of San Francisco.
It looks as if the fog is here to stay for a while, however we do have interesting “doings” beginning Wednesday!
For snow to fall in Tahoe three things need to happen. First, The air must contain sufficient moisture. Secondly, The air must be forced upward. And lastly, the air temperature must cool to 32 degrees or below as the air is rising.
One of the most powerful storms in the past decade is poised to slice across the Bay Area starting Wednesday night, making for a busy end to the week in the CBS San Francisco newsrooms.
Heavy downpours took a parting shot Thursday at California, triggering flash floods that temporarily stranded more than three dozen people in their cars in inland Riverside County.
If you want to see the waterfalls of Yosemite National Park at full force without braving the late spring crowds, now might be the best time.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The last time San Francisco saw rain over a two day period the nation was debating Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain as possible replacements for President George W. […]