All Bay, All Day
Rain is expected to return to the Bay Area this coming Tuesday, followed by more rain Thursday and Friday.
Severe weather in the Northeast has led to 52 canceled flights at San Francisco International Airport so far Thursday morning.
High temperatures expected this week in San Francisco have prompted city officials to announce places residents can go to stay cool.
Community centers will be open from Sunday afternoon to Sunday night in San Jose.
Sweltering temperatures claimed the lives of two senior citizens in San Jose on Monday.
A heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service for the Bay Area has been upgraded to an excessive heat warning on Thursday.
A rare bout of late spring thunder, lightening and hail moved across parts of the Bay Area Sunday.
Animal shelters and the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society are currently experiencing an influx of kittens likely due to record rainfall across the Bay Area.
Rain and high winds, including hurricane-force gusts in some areas, lashed the Bay Area overnight, brining down trees and power lines.
Two San Francisco Bay Area counties have been approved to receive federal money to repair and mitigate public facilities following winter storms in January.
The Bay Area is about to get a much-deserved break from the heavy rains that battered the region Monday and caused major flooding.
Several schools in Santa Cruz County will be closed Thursday due to inclement weather.
The rain is returning to the Bay Area later this week, with some areas receiving up to three inches.
National Weather Service officials said Sunday that they are closely watching the Russian River at Guerneville in unincorporated Sonoma County as it is expected to reach flood stage tonight and overflow its banks Monday morning.
Temperatures in Northern California are expected to drop dramatically this week
More rain is headed to the Bay Area overnight Friday night and into Saturday, with the greatest concentrations expected along the coastal mountains and in the North Bay.
Temperatures in the Bay Area are expected to drop in the next coming days followed by wet weather later in the week.
A strong storm is possible on Thursday in the Bay Area in the second of two rain systems forecasted for the week.
Drivers throughout the Bay Area are being cautioned to drive carefully because moderate to heavy drizzle forecast for Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
Triple-digit temperatures are expected in inland Bay Area locations later this week.
Temperatures around the Bay Area will pick up drastically during the middle of the week, possibly breaking previous records.
A local emergency was declared Tuesday in Santa Cruz County, where roads were damaged by stormy conditions.
The Bay Area is facing another wave of heavy rainfall on Tuesday morning that could bring rock slides and other problems.
The amount of rain in the Bay Area in the 2015-16 rainfall season is far below than same period last year.
Wet weather is coming to the Bay Area starting Friday and it should last through much of next week.
Commuters can expect wet upcoming commutes as rain and gusty winds move into the Bay Area Wednesday evening.
Monday morning's rain caused flooding on many Bay Area roads in areas including Oakland, Marin County and San Francisco.
Sunday will likely see rain across the Bay Area, with highs near 60 and showers with a chance of thunderstorms Monday.
Weather forecasters are predicting the next two weeks will be dry in the Bay Area.
Low temperatures were the highest on record in three local cities this summer.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a Spare the Air Alert for Tuesday.
Dry thunderstorms moving through the Bay Area through Friday morning could increase the risk for wildfires.
Forecasters are predicting thunderstorms for the San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay areas Thursday afternoon through Friday morning.
High temperatures Thursday in inland areas of the Bay Area could reach the mid to upper 90s in some locations and more than 100 degrees in others.
Weather officials are reminding people to avoid leaving kids or animals in a vehicle during hot weather.
The National Weather Service is advising drivers and boaters of hazardous conditions today.