The Bay Area will likely see a big change in the weather, with some much-needed precipitation headed our way.
The West Coast has little to fear from the so-called “pollen vortex” of exploding allergens unleashed by the unusually cold and long polar vortex winter that plagued New York, Boston, and much of the northeastern United States.
It’s far from certain, but conditions are pointing toward El Nino conditions next winter and spring — and the possibility of significant rain for the parched West Coast.
After snow flurries on April Fool’s Day, the temperature will soar into the 80s within the week.
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Unstable weather Tuesday created the possibility of a rare Tornado touching down in the Bay Area.
Storm cells moving into the Bay Area Tuesday morning are causing delays for travelers arriving and departing from San Francisco International Airport, airport officials said.
Lightning destroyed a redwood tree in Berkeley during a powerful storm Monday, damaging a nearby home.
A flight arriving in Oakland Monday afternoon was struck by lightning in its approach to the Bay Area, but was undamaged and no one onboard was injured, an airline spokeswoman said.
A new storm system is headed into the Bay Area Monday, and it is likely to affect the Oakland A’s home opener at O.co Coliseum.