Patchy fog will be around to greet the Bay to Breakers runners Sunday morning. Have fun!
A system will move into Northern California Monday. You can count on more clouds and cooler temperatures. The forecast models have been boosting showers chances for the morning commute.
A deeper marine layer will translate to cooler temperatures on Monday.
Warm air will compress the marine layer near the shoreline Sunday morning. Watch out for areas of dense fog if you will be visiting the beach early Sunday.
Temperatures should warm nicely for the Saturday BottleRock festivities in Napa.
Bay Area temperatures will be trending up over the next few days!
Low clouds and fog resurface near the coast Thursday morning. Spotty drizzle could add a thin glaze of moisture to the roadways.
Our unsettled weather pattern continues. Our forecast model is showing shower developing Monday afternoon. We have also added the chance of thunderstorms to the forecast.
The fog, coupled with a pretty good onshore flow, will bring down fire danger across the Bay Area during the second half of the weekend. Red Flag Warnings are no longer in effect.
Northerly winds will boost fire danger in the North Bay Hills as we head into Saturday.
A Red Flag Warning is in effect from midnight Friday night to 3 PM PDT Saturday for gusty winds and low humidity for the North Bay Hills above 1000 feet. Northeast sustained winds 15 to 25 MPH with gusts up to 40 MPH and local gusts to 50 MPH over ...
Bay Area temperatures soared Thursday! The numbers in orange are records for the day (March 2).
Thursday will be the hottest day of the week. A HEAT ADVISORY begins during the afternoon hours. Drink lots of water and stay out of the sun.
RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM TUESDAY TO 6 PM WEDNESDAY. GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY WILL INCREASE FIRE DANGER FOR BAY AREA HILLS ABOVE 1000 FEET.
A warm to hot week ahead! San Francisco warms back up into the 80s this week.
The weather looks good for Opening Day on the Bay this weekend. Patchy clouds could be a factor during the morning hours. Have fun!
Our dry weather pattern continues through the end of the month. The only measurable rain will come in trace amounts of drizzle during the morning hours. The storm track remains a distant stranger for now.
A stronger onshore flow, coupled with a deeper marine layer, will cool off the entire Bay Area. Thursday will be the the coolest day of the week.
The warm to hot weather pattern remains in place Monday. A few neighborhoods could approach record levels.
Warmer temperatures are in our future. The warmest inland areas could be flirting with the 90 degree mark by Monday!