It is very important to understand, just because the weather computer models are pointing in the direction of a powerful El Niño later this year does NOT mean it will happen! Last year, these same computer models indicated THIS past winter (2014-2015) would be wet, and we know how all that turned out!
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.
Rainfall amounts are expected to range from 5 to 7 inches for North Bay valleys with isolated amounts up to 10 inches in the
higher elevations. The National Weather Service has issued several watches and Warnings. Here are the latest.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The last time San Francisco saw rain over a two day period the nation was debating Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain as possible replacements for President George W. […]
Tuesday is on track to become the wettest day San Francisco has seen in five years.
KPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Deanno reports that only 1.34 inches of rainfall has been recorded downtown since the start of the year. A normal total through February would be 8.51 inches.
Tuesday’s wet weather is a welcome sight for water officials in Silicon Valley as the lack of rainfall this season has already reached historic levels.
Scheduled precipitation this week could be key for California’s citrus and berry industries.
The Bay Area began to dry out Wednesday morning after a night of wind and rain that left thousands of people without power.