San Francisco weather
The only real danger today’s weather poses is flash flooding in burn areas.
Predicted rainfall could cause debris flows.
Hurricane Fabio could send hazardous waves toward the Bay Area.
Smoke particles lay ochre blanket over the city.
Saturday will be the hottest—and the most dangerous—day of the week.
Dodgers-vs.-Giants game will have to wait for a drier day.
A tremendous deluge is floating across the Pacific, bringing much-needed moisture but also risk of flooding.
Drought recedes further after March storms, but the future looks ominous.
Weekend ski plans? Not so fast.
Recent soaking has normalized conditions in Bay Area, at least for now.
Up to seven feet of snow is forecasted for the Sierra Nevada. Will it be enough?
Major storm in the Sierra bringing 120 mph winds.
Bay Area highways, critical evacuation routes during disasters, are highly vulnerable.
Forecast warns of one of the coldest nights of the year
This week’s precipitation event is moderate and short lived, but that hasn’t stopped the snow from piling up in Lake Tahoe.