Here are the below average rainfall numbers (updated March 10).
Spring forward one hour! Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday (March 10). Don't forget to check/replace batteries in flashlights and smoke detectors.
Our Thursday rain clouds are long gone! The upcoming week looks dry. In fact, 70s are resurfacing on the weather maps. Have a great weekend.
A system has been approaching the Bay Area coast over the past 24 hours. The forecast models have been going back and forth on potential tracks. Track 1 would keep all of the rain offshore. Track 3 would produce significant rain and thunderstorms. Track 2 keeps the center of ...
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is being prepped for the hills of Monterey and San Benito County. Snow levels could drop to around 2500 feet.
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.
Our next storm is scheduled to move in TUESDAY. Rainfall begins in the North Bay during the afternoon. The activity will gradually spread south during the evening hours. Shower chances will linger into Wednesday and Thursday. Rainfall projections range from .25" to 1.00" .
Rain was showing up on the radar Saturday evening. The rain drops were up above 10,000 feet and falling into a dry layer of air. The end result for us - little or no measureable rain at the surface. Light rain chances go up a little as we head into ...
Temperatures will gradually cool this weekend. High clouds will stream into the region Saturday afternoon. We have added the slight chance of a few evening sprinkles. It could also feel a bit muggy too. We are tracking a cool storm that could be moving in Tuesday.
It looks like a summer weather pattern out there. Dense fog is hugging the Bay Area shoreline. Watch out for low visibilities near the coast tonight and Friday morning. The fog should clear out by the afternoon.
The warm temperatures will continue to top our weather headlines in the short term. We still need the rain! We could be tracking rain chances next week. Some of the forecast models bring rain into the area by Wednesday, March 6. The outlook could change between now and then. We ...
The rain clouds will remain a distant visitor in your Bay Area weather forecast. In fact, a few neighborhoods will approach the low 70s by March 1!
The forecast looks great for the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco coming up this Saturday! The parade can be seen live on KTVU Fox 2 at 6 pm.
The showers are long gone, but the cold air remains in place. The coolest inland valleys will be dropping into the upper 20s Thursday morning.
Our next system is a cold one! Our local snow levels could collapse to nearly 2000 feet by Tuesday afternoon. Look for a possible dusting of snow on Mt. Tamalpais, Mt. St. Helena, Mt. Diablo, Mt. Hamilton, and The Santa Cruz Mountains.
The forecast models are all converging toward a wet Tuesday. Rainfall projections range from .25" in the inland valleys to nearly 1" in the coastal hills. You will also notice a sharp drop off in temperatures (low 50s).
Temperatures soared into the low 70s Friday! A cooler system is scheduled to move into the region early next week. By Tuesday, most neighborhoods will struggle to reach the low 50s.
Visiting Lake Tahoe during the holiday weekend? The forcast calls for mostly sunny skies with no threat of snow.
February has started out relatively dry. A mild weather pattern remains in place through the weekend. We are tracking possible showers for next week. The forecast models are showing measurable rain by Tuesday (Feb 19). This potential storm will not be a major rain producer.
Our dry weather pattern remains in place. There is no threat of rain over the next 5 to 7 days. There are hints we could have a pattern change beyond 7 days. Current rain statistics range from 87 to 100 percent of average.