A Santa Clara County program gives their homeless population a chance to have a temporary place to stay during winter weather months.
Winter is approaching, which means it’s time for us all to think about air quality, as Winter Spare the Air season officially begins Tuesday.
With the rainy season starting up, finding shelter for the homeless becomes more critical and plans are now in the works to turn a Sunnyvale armory into an affordable housing project.
Record low temperatures combined with light rain to bring a dusting of snow around the Bay Area Friday night and early Saturday morning, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
While there may not be a snow day in downtown San Francisco, residents in the city’s highest elevations could catch glimpses of snowflakes.
A pair of storms headed to the Bay Area could bring with them as much as ten inches of rain by Christmas Eve.
Pacific water at the equator is two to three degrees below normal, creating a La Nina condition forecasters said could make the rain hitting the Bay Area Friday the exception rather than the norm this winter.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works is encouraging residents to batten down the hatches and prepare for winter storms.
Wood smoke is the largest source of wintertime air pollution in the Bay Area.
The early snowstorm over the weekend showed no signs of letting up Monday, a bonanza Sierra ski operators said foreshadows a busy winter season.