Showers Wednesday morning have moved on, and the Bay Area is now looking at a warmup, back to seasonal temperatures across the Bay Area.
There’s nothing like a trip to the mountains to escape the summer heat — whether you’re here on Earth or on Venus, our nearest planetary neighbor.
With temperatures tinkering around 100 degrees, medics rescued 30 people from heat exhaustion and rushed them to the emergency room Sunday.
Partly cloudy skies and patchy fog in the Bay Area were bringing cooler temperatures to the region Tuesday morning.
As temperatures soar this week, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District is calling a second consecutive Spare the Air Day for the region on Monday.
Cooling centers have been set up throughout Santa Clara County during this week’s heat wave.
Bay Area communities will be seeing near record high temperatures Tuesday amid a heat advisory in effect through Wednesday.
High pressure will bring possible record breaking temperatures to the Bay Area, and a Fire Weather Watch was in effect Monday night for the North Bay Mountains.
California citrus growers say six nights of freezing temperatures will likely damage this year’s orange crop but no disruption is expected to supplies.
Tuesday’s dry, sunny weather was expected to turn wet overnight with a rainy, cold front passing through the region.