The swell will be going up as we approach the weekend. Be extra careful if you will be visiting the coast!
Snow remains absent from the Lake Tahoe forecast. Afternoon temperatures will warm into the 40s and low 50s.
A stable weather pattern will revisit the Bay Area over the next few days. The "atmospheric lid" will trap pollutants closer to the surface. A Spare the Air Alert has been issued for no wood burning on Monday. There is a chance we could have more Spare the Air Alerts ...
A powerful W-NW swell will pay us a visit Monday. Waves could easily top 10 feet. The rip current danger will be going up. Be careful if you are visiting the coast!
The Bay Area air quality levels continue to take a hit by a stagnant air mass overhead. More Spare the Air Alerts are possible through early next week.
We started out the week with Freeze Warnings and record low temperatures. We will be trending up over the weekend. By Monday, the warmest areas could approach the 70 degree mark!
The Bay Area cold snap continues.
Another round of subfreezing temperatures will return Sunday morning. Most of the Bay Area is will be under a Freeze Warning. The cold snap continues into Monday morning. The Freeze Warning will be reissued during this timeframe. Watch out for black ice on the roadways!
The Friday night system, along with the cold air in place, will work in tandem to produce snow in our local hills. Snowfall could approach 4 inches up above 2500 feet.
Cold air will spread into Northern California over the next few days. The overnight lows will top our weather headlines. The coldest parts of the Bay Area will easily drop into the 20s. Freeze Warnings will likely be issued later in the week. Keep the animals and plants warm.
Temperatures will tumble next week! Shower chances remain pretty low. Bay Area neighborhoods will struggle to reach the low 50s by Wednesday.
A few high clouds will be moving into the Sierra this weekend. There is no significant snow in the forecast.
A stable weather pattern has settled over the Bay Area. The "atmospheric lid" caps the layer of haze. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued the first Winter Spare the Air Alert of the season Monay night to minimize wood burning.
The weather looks great for the Big Game at Stanford!
Strong northerly winds will continue to blow through the Bay Area. Gusts will easily top 45 mph. The strongest winds are expected in the hills of the North and East Bay.
After a dry start to the month, rainfall chances will soon be increasing. Periods of rain, possibly heavy at times, will highlight the Tue - Wed forecast. Rainfall estimates through the period could range from the .50" to over 1.50" in the hills of the North Bay. The attached map ...
The first half of November has been a dry one! We are not seeing much rainfall on the weather charts. There is the slight chance of a shower on Tuesday, Nov 19.
Our dry weather pattern continues, for the most, during the upcoming week. We have added the chance of a few North Bay showers in the Tuesday morning commute.
The 49ers are back at Candlestick. Patchy clouds will keep it cool for the entire game.
The Leonid Meteor Shower is active now. The full moon could interfere with the peak viewing in mid November.