Roberta Recaps Weird Weather Highlights From The SummerThe rule of thumb does not apply to the Summer of 2015.
California Wine Country Hit With Extreme Heat For Grape Crush SeasonIt was yesterday when I was driving from the Mojave Desert through Wasco (population around 25,000) when I noticed groups of laborers working in the late summer sunshine. The afternoon task found men and women feverishly attaching tarps to rows and rows of vines. I pulled over and stopped my car. The thermometer read 103 degrees. I wondered, is it too hot for the vineyards? It definitely is for the workers.
Why Roberta Loves KPIX 5's Mount Vaca Hi-Def DopplerWe feature our Live Hi Def Doppler on our Weather page. If you want/need to utilize it, it's easy!
Here's How You Can Donate To Valley Fire VictimsKPIX 5 Weather Anchor Roberta Gonzales shares information on what items wildfire victims need and how to donate.
Milder Temperatures Could Aid Crews Battling Valley FireThe winds are certainly not as gusty for the Valley Fire which is currently only 5% contained. However, this fire is so massive, so monstrous in size, it is creating its own weather pattern and winds. The good news? There is an increase I humidity and cooler temperatures with light rain in the forecast. An upper level disturbance is producing the cool welcome change for firefighters.
Countdown To Super Bowl 50 Starts Thursday With Waterfront CelebrationRoberta Gonzales speaks with legendary Oakland Raider Jim Plunkett and Hall Of Famer 49er, Steve Young as they prepared to kick off the fun and frenzy of Super Bowl 50.
Late-Summer Bay Area Heat Wave Triggers Spare The Air DayThis week will take its toll on people, pets and property. If you haven’t completely lost your lawn yet, you will.
Fire Danger High As Vacationers Travel To Lake Tahoe For The Holiday WeekendDry and breezy/windy conditions expected Friday. In fact, so dry that a Red Flag Warning is in effect for the Greater Lake Tahoe area from 2PM to 9 PM. In addition, a Lake Wind Advisory has been issued from 11AM to 9PM.