The weather is heating up in the Bay Area this Earth Day, and decades-old high-temperature records could be shattered Monday, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
High winds and poor weather affected thousands of PG&E customers throughout the Bay Area Monday, according to the utility company.
Tuesday’s dry, sunny weather was expected to turn wet overnight with a rainy, cold front passing through the region.
Gray skies and drizzle are in the forecast for the Bay Area Wednesday, but no heavy rainfall is expected, a national weather service forecaster said.
Freezing overnight temperatures will continue in many parts of the Bay Area early this week before a slight warming trend begins Wednesday, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
Not a single snow flake could be found in the Santa Cruz Mountains Thursday morning, despite some chilly overnight temperatures.
The first snow survey of the year took place Wednesday morning at four locations near Echo Summit in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and indicates that the state’s snowpack is wetter than average.
On what is anticipated to be one of the busiest travel days of the year-end holiday season, some Bay Area airports are facing delays and cancellations with inclement weather arriving Friday morning.
San Francisco International Airport is about to get a lot busier, with the heaviest travel day of the holiday season coming up Friday.
A weak storm system is making its way through the Bay Area Tuesday, but once it passes, there will be dry weather for the next week or so, a National Weather Service forecaster said.