As the Bay Area sees yet another day of record-breaking high temperatures, a look at average temperatures from summertime shows just how unusual this weather is.
With warm temperatures forecasted for the Bay Area the National Weather Service issued a red-flag warning in the North Bay and East Bay hills due to high winds and dry conditions that pose as fire hazards.
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.
Freezing temperatures and snow in Chicago and on the East Coast caused the cancellation of dozens of flights in and out of Bay Area airports Monday.
Survey finds snow levels in the Sierra-Nevada Mountains and reservoirs statewide well below normal. State water officials are pushing for conservation.
Bay Area cities were setting the lowest levels of rainfall in recorded history this year as unusual conditions are blocking moisture from the Pacific Ocean.
The fourth consecutive “Winter Spare the Air” alert has been issued for Thursday.
The U.S. Coast Guard was advising boaters on the San Francisco Bay to be prepared for rough winds and high seas Thursday.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued the alert — its 13th since the district’s Winter Spare the Air season began Nov. 1.
Seven flights into and out of San Francisco International Airport have been canceled on Tuesday morning due to icy weather in other parts of the country.