A final storm system for this week will bring more rain to our area Thursday night through Friday. Rainfall amounts should be quite a bit less than previous storms, but will still add to our wet December totals.
It appears as if this picture is a really cool example of Radiation (or Tule) fog, which formed in the Valley after recent rains.
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On the middle of one of the wettest Decembers on record, the Bay Area is about to get hit with another round of uncommonly high seas known as the “King Tides.”
I’m sure you hear the word “barometer” tossed around when referring to the Weather. Last Thursday in a 24 hour frame, the Bay Area experienced up to 10 inches of rain and a tremendous drop in barometric pressure.
A portion of state Highway 92 in Half Moon Bay that had been closed due to flooding reopened Tuesday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Heavy rains early Tuesday morning caused a landslide in a Tiburon homeowner’s backyard, forcing him to evacuate.
Can you see it? Look very carefully at the blue sky and you can see a plane flying across the Bay towards Oakland International Airport. I snapped this photo this morning from our KPIX 5 Studios in San Francisco. What caught my eye, is the PLANE!
The Bay Area is in the middle of a third straight wet week, but things will change dramatically this weekend, allowing the region to dry out for most of the rest of 2014.
The Bay Area has not yet dried out from the last powerful storm, but already a new soaker is moving in with the potential to drop close to two inches of rain in some location.