Trick-or-treaters and Giants fans alike will be watching the weather closely Friday as a storm moves through the region. Lawrence Karnow times out the showers to see when you will need an umbrella.
A confluence of events will create what could be one of the more memorable days in San Francisco in recent history on Friday.
Bay Area trick-or-treaters and Halloween revelers may need to add an umbrella to their costumes this Friday as forecasters predict wet weather throughout the region.
Last weekend’s weather system was cold enough to dust the Sierra Nevada Mountains with snow, prompting at least two local ski resorts to start making their own.
Grab that umbrella and jacket — it’s going to be a cold and wet Halloween in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Someone sure upset the sun, because it’s throwing amazing amounts of radiation out in four solar flares this week, with an X3-class solar flare Friday.
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Rain showers are likely Saturday as the San Francisco Giants face the Kansas City Royals in game four of the World Series, but it’ll be drops compared to the storm that pounded the Bay Area 52 years ago.
The Bay Area was seeing mostly cloudy skies Thursday afternoon ahead of the possibility of wet weather for weekend if not sooner.
The National Weather Service has issued a Beach Hazards Statement Monday for parts of the coastal Bay Area including San Francisco, Sonoma and southern Monterey counties.
Bad weather takes the blame for most air traffic delays, whether it’s a blizzard that is blanketing Buffalo in snow or a Midwestern summer storm that shoots lightning around the airspace.