Isolated thunderstorms have developed this morning near Northern Contra Costa, Monterey and San Benito Counties. The threat of T-Storms will continue over the central and south bay hills today before shifting into the north bay this evening. These storms can produce lightning with little to no rain, enhancing the threat ...
Following a mid week scorcher for our inland areas, afternoon highs will fall back to near normal for your Bay Area weekend. Some areas will even run slightly cool for mid July.
It's an unusual start to the first weekend of summer for many. Drizzle and a few light showers are falling, especially over the North Bay today. The rest of the weekend will be cool and breezy at times.
Daytime highs are climbing back to near normal this week. A bigger warm up is in the forecast for your weekend.
Afternoon highs inland will take a notable plunge this weekend. 4-8 degrees of cooling is expected with each passing day. Monday appears to bring a chance for rain.
Our cool, breezy pattern will culminate with a few scattered showers today. Isolated thunderstorms may also develop this afternoon. Improving weather by tomorrow.
Mostly Sunny, warmer weather will highlight your Bay Area Weekend.
Low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon, with sunshine felt over the rest of the bay. Daytime highs are 5 - 10 degrees warmer that yesterday.