Farmers' Almanac released its extended weather forecast, predicting a “Polar Coaster Winter” that will make for plenty of freezing temperatures and snowfall in most of the country this season.
While the temperatures soar in the Bay Area this week, at Yosemite National Park, there are still lingering signs of winter with snowy, frozen slopes in the high country.
The latest survey of the Sierra Nevada snowpack Tuesday found what a state water official called "practically a California water supply dream" with twice as much snow as normal in some locations.
The Sierra snowpack is looking very robust from outerspace. NASA tweeted satellite images Wednesday showing a side-by-side of the snowpack from Feb. 15, 2018 compared to Feb. 11, 2019. NASA wrote, "The Sierra Nevada is really living up to its name 'snowy mountain range' this year. With snow reports coming in feet and snow storms still moving in, it’s now home to the...
Snow covered many Bay Area peaks and hillsides Tuesday including Mount Hamilton.
When the snow won’t stop falling, it can feel like your hometown is the blizzard capital of the world. But do you really get that much snow? Based 30 years of average snowfall data from the NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center, these are the Top 5 snowiest cities (of the 50 largest metro areas in America).
The start of 2017 brought a rare dusting of snow to some locations in the Bay Area.