Rain clouds are forming for the Pacific North West this week. A strong storm is brewing north, rain and wind will visit Seatle and Portland. Further south in northern California there will be a chance for wet weather early in the weekend. For the bay area there will be the ...
A weak low pressure system has set up camp offhshore. It continues to keep our tempertures on the mild side. Plenty of fog and low clouds have been pressing inland nights and mornings setting us up for some very mild days. No major changes this weekend so look for highs in ...
Temperatues will warm over the next few days with numbers reaching triple digits by the end of the week. Fog will remain coastside with temperatures there in the 50s and low 60s.
Cooler weather in store for the middle of the week. Look for increasing coastal low clouds along with some mid level sub-tropical moisture to drop temperatures back into the 70s and 80s.
Strong high pressure builds into the area this weekend pushing temperatures into the 100s inland. A heat warning will go into effect away from the coast this weekend. Highest temperatures will be in the inland bay valleys where temperatures could reach 102-105 degrees.
Strong high pressure builds into the area this weekend pushing temperatures into the low 100s inland. A Heat Advisory will go into effect away from the coast this weekend. The heat will be focused in the inland valleys where temperatures could reach 102-104 degrees.
Major warming in the forecast with highs increasing each day into the weekend. Temperatures could end up in the 100s in our inland bay valleys. Fire Danger will increase especially on Sunday and Monday.
A big change in the weather headed our way! Increasing clouds on Sunday will lead to the chance of a shower on Monday. If we do see showers the accumlations should be light at best. Temperatures will be in the 60s and low 70s.
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.
Increasing clouds Tuesday will lead to rain by late evening. The storm door opens for a couple of days so keep the umbrellas handy. Snow levels will be low producing up to a foot in the mtns.
Two weak weather systems this week will bring clouds and cooler weather. Light showers will show up on Thursday with breezy conditions and cool temperatures in the low 50s.
After almost two weeks of dry weather our pattern is changing bringing us a chance of some showers over the next 5 days. The increasing clouds will allow overnight lows to warm out of the 30s and into the 40s and 50s.
Temperatures the next few mornings are going to be very cold especially in the inland bay valleys. Look for numbers Wednesday a.m. in the 20s in the coldest spots with lots of mid and low 30s for the rest of us. There will be plenty of frost the next few ...
More Cool and relatively dry weather systems are lining up in the gulf of Alaska. These weak storms will keep us in an active weather pattern for the next 7 to 10 days.
Unsettled weather in the extended forecast this week. With showers showing up late Thursday night in to Friday afternoon. It looks like we wil see the storm door remain open into the Thanksgiving Holiday week.
A major cool down by the end of the week with temperatures dropping as much as 30 degrees by Thursday and Friday.
Bummer! Looks like tomorrow afternoon and evening will be wet in the north bay with scattered light showers south to about Hayward by 730pm. So sorry for all the little Trick or Treaters. Not a washout but wet.
This week will be on the mild side as far as temperatures are concerned. Partly cloudy conditions with temperatures in the 60s and low 70s will be the norm. There will be a slight chance of a sprinkle Tuesday and Wednesday.
With your bay area weekend just hours away the forecast is looking pretty good! Temperatures will be slightly cooler with highs in the 70s and low 80s. Coastal fog will be around both days with partial afternoon clearing along the coast. Our mild weather pattern will linger well into next ...
Low pressure offshore has ushered in a cooler weather pattern not just for Monday but for the next few days. There will be plenty of fog and low clouds nights and mornings with cool overnight lows. High temperatures will linger in the 60s and 70s with low 80s in our ...