Baseball season is here! The forecast looks good for the home opener of the Oakland A's Monday evening. Bring the sweater or jacket. Temperatures will be dropping into the 50s. Go A's!
We could soon be tracking rain showers! This forecast model does show showers developing Tuesday. Shower chances will linger into Wednesday. Rain totals could range between .25 to .75 inches.
The forecast looks good for the semifinals of the World Baseball Classic at AT&T Park on Sunday. Puerto Rico plays Japan.
Partly cloudy skies are expected for the St. Patricks's Day Parade in San Francisco Saturday. A few extra clouds could be hovering over 2nd and Market when the parade begins at 11:30 am.
Our weather pattern could soon be changing. We could be tracking rain by late Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.
The midweek warm-up continues to top Bay Area weather headlines. While above normal temperatures are expected, we should not reach record levels. Here is a look at the records to beat for Wednesday, March 13.
Coastal fog will remain dense and right along the coast the next few days. There will be some afternoon clearing tomorrow but the fog should return late Wed night. Warm and dry weather will continue thru the 5 day forecast.
Here are the below average rainfall numbers (updated March 10).
Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, which many remember means the clock "springs" forward an hour and we lose an hour as the spring season approaches. When clocks need to be moved forward one hour, Bay Area public safety officials are urging residents to also take the time to prepare ...
Spring forward one hour! Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday (March 10). Don't forget to check/replace batteries in flashlights and smoke detectors.