KPIX 5 Morning Weather Anchor Roberta Gonzales answers the questions you never get to ask on-air. Q: Roberta, when is the last time its rained here in the Bay Area? – Matthew Mengal; Danville A: As of […]
The driest winter stretch in recorded Bay Area history is about to end. And If computer models are right, it will end in drenching fashion.
Those balmy temperatures people were enjoying in cities around the Bay Area Saturday, broke quite a few records.
As of today, it appears as if January 2015 will end up as the “Driest January” on record since 1850. That’s 165 Years! So far in San Francisco, ZERO measurable rain has been recorded.
While the Northeast is forced to hunker down as a blizzard shuts down city streets and transit systems, Bay Area residents are contemplating whether or not they’ll need a light jacket before heading out the door.
State water officials say they may dam parts of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in an emergency measure to protect freshwater used by millions of Californians.
This morning’s wildfire was a grim reminder of how conditions are ideal for fire ignition. There is an elevated risk of explosive fire growth when the Bay Area experiences low humidity, gusty winds and low fuel moisture.
A “potentially historic” storm could dump 2 to 3 feet of snow from northern New Jersey to Connecticut starting Monday.
Did you catch the fireworks in San Francisco last 4th of July? If so, you probably bundled up more than you’ll need to this weekend.
Over the last 85 years, California has seen more than half of its large trees vanish, according to the a publication in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.