The weather looks good for Halloween 2013!
Dense fog will continue to be a factor across parts of the Bay Area for the morning hours. Visibilities could drop to below 1/2 mile. Be extra careful near the coast and bay during the morning commute.
A powerfull swell will approach our local beaches early next week. Waves could easily top 12 feet. Rip currents will be extra dangerous.
The forecast models keep the Bay Area rain-free over the next week. Our weather pattern remains sunny and warm for the remainder of the week.
Northerly winds will increase the fire danger in the hills. The winds are not expected to be strong. Gusts could approach 25 mph by Monday evening.
The weather looks great for the 49ers game at Candelstick coming up this Sunday.
Oakland A's playoff baseball! The weather looks just fine for game 5 in the divisional series.
A cool weather system will move into Northern California by midweek. Some of the forecast models are producing a dusting of Sierra snow above 6000 feet.
The weather looks great for the last day of The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco. Have fun!
The strong winds have moved out of the area. The graphic shows some of the peak gusts on Friday, October 4. A Red Flag Warning remains in place until 6 am Saturday.
Strong offshore winds will boost our local fire danger. A Red Flag Warning is in place for the North and East Hills, Delta Region, and the Santa Cruz Mountains until 6 am Saturday. Wind gusts could easily top 40 mph.
Northerly winds will be on the increase later this week (Thu and Fri). The gusty winds could boost our local fire danger...especially in the hills. Red Flag Warnings may be issued later in the period.
A strong storm moved through the Bay Area on the last full day of Summer. A few cities experienced the wettest day of 2013 (so far)!
Big weather changes our way for the last full day of Summer (Saturday, September 21). Cooler temperatures, scattered showers, and thunderstorm chances will all be factors in our forecast.
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 system will be moving into Northern California later in the week. Some of the forecast models have been spreading light shower activity as far south as the Bay Area. The highest chance of light showers will be focused up in the North Bay Friday afernoon - evening.
Winds will increase Sunday afternoon for America's Cup racing in San Francisco Bay. Gusts could approach 25 mph.
Partly cloudy skies are expected for the Cal football game at Memorial Stadium Saturday.
Hot temperatures and dry conditions will challenge fire crews battling the Morgan Fire in Contra Costa County.
Regular season football returns to Candlestick Park. Mostly sunny skies are expected for kickoff just after 1 pm. Go 49ers!