NOAA’s 2020 report card shows the Arctic is clearly transforming to a warmer, less frozen and biologically changed region.
After a dry Saturday, the Bay Area is in store for much needed rainfall over the next few days.
The showery weather pattern clears on Saturday, but another storm system arrives on Sunday.
Many residents woke up to the sound of rain knocking against their windows as showers moved through the region. Some lucky viewers captured images of rainbows stretched across the sky.
According to the National Weather Service, at least three storms are moving through the Bay Area.
There will be clouds and rain today, a pattern that will last into next week
KTVU meteorologist Bill Martin says on and off showers are in the forecast over the next few days.
Yosemite National Park will remain closed through the weekend after high winds that battered much of California knocked down two giant sequoias and caused millions of dollars in damage.
Last year, several water systems serving communities around the Bay Area suffered the effects of three massive wildfires sparked by a rare cluster of thunderstorms that swept across Northern California.
The quake was centered in Concord, about three miles from Pleasant Hill.
The National Weather Service says Thursday will see temperatures dip into the 50s and light rain is expected to appear on Friday. There should be another round of light rain late on Sunday and showers next week through Wednesday.
Steve Paulson says today will be cloudy and cooler with temps in the 50s and 60s. Light rain expected tomorrow.
Some much needed rain is on the way. KTVU meteorologist Bill Martin says the best chance for a good amount of rain is Sunday and again next Tuesday.
A preliminary 3.5-magnitude earthquake struck Wednesday near Los Angeles.
South of San Francisco, the state’s firefighting agency said it responded to 13 vegetation fires in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties in 12 hours, and isolated evacuations were ordered for a total of 120 homes near two of them.
Steve Paulson says the calm returns today. It will be sunny and nice, breezy for some.
Much of the Bay Area spent Tuesday picking up after a windstorm. The untimely wind event left widespread effects: downed trees, property damage, and power outages.
The gnawing sounds from chainsaws filled the air as crews tried to clear a downed 60-foot pine tree toppled by high winds onto Undajon Drive.
Following a night of howling winds and a dry winter, Cal Fire officials on Tuesday said they were battling multiple fires in Santa Cruz County.
KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson said gusts were howling at 82 mph in Blackhawk and 52 mph in the Oakland hills.