Thursday’s massive storm could be the biggest since 2008, possibly the biggest since 1998 with wind gusts over 100 miles per hour screaming over the top of the Sierra, and rainfall amounts forecast above 8 inches for coastal mountains. The key is WHEN it all hits, and that’s where the KPIX FutureCast forecast comes in.
A powerful storm system described by forecasters as the “storm of the decade” is expected to whip up large and dangerous surf along the Bay Area’s coastline Thursday through Saturday.
The Bay Area can expect heavy rain and strong winds that could uproot trees, down power lines and cause flooding and mudslides due to a strong weather system starting late Wednesday and continuing through Thursday, National Weather Service officials said.
Strong south to southeast winds associated with an approaching Pacific storm system will impact the region into the afternoon. The winds are the result of a tight pressure gradient and strong low level winds mixing to the surface.
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Wet and windy weather continues to have an impact on large trees in San Francisco, where a number of them toppled over this weekend, including a large branch that fell in the city’s North Beach neighborhood.
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday morning.
What kind of weather can you expect at Levi’s Stadium during 49ers football in the fall and winter. It may not be the brutal wind conditions at the ‘Stick, but it sure isn’t wind-free.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a Spare the Air alert for Friday, when possible triple-digit temperatures and low winds are expected to create unhealthy pollution in the region.
A battle to extinguish a wildfire consuming thousands of acres in Northern Napa County is being aided by mild weather.