Tag archive


Sunday storms will give way to dry conditions, then more rain, weather service says

in Weather
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 13: Weini T. (did not want to give full last name) walks with her daughters Weinta, left, 4, and Lidya, 5, in San Jose, Calif., on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)

The Bay Area awoke to the pitter-patter sound and pleasant smell of rain Sunday as the first significant storm system of the season moved through the area, bringing much-needed moisture to a largely dry region.

Meteorologist Brooke Bingaman with the National Weather Service said that the rain system that passed through the Bay Area over the weekend will give way to dry conditions for Monday and Tuesday before an even wetter system could come through Wednesday into Thursday.

The rain that Bay Area residents eagerly awaited is helping to deal with the “backlog” in rainfall that the region has experienced. Bingaman said as of Saturday, San Jose Airport had moved from 4 percent of normal for the season to 10 percent.

Continue Reading on Mercury News

Storm coming to Northern California Tuesday, could impact traffic

in Weather

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Over the past week, some light rain and a moderate amount of snow hit the Sierra due to several light systems moving over Northern California.

Now, a stronger atmospheric river is expected to join forces with a developing low pressure system offshore Monday night to deliver rain to the area by Tuesday morning.

The wet weather is expected to move from the northwest toward the southeast, hitting areas of Santa Rosa, Vacaville and San Francisco through the morning commute. Sacramento into Auburn and Yuba City should expect rain by mid-morning into the lunchtime hours. The San Joaquin Valley through the foothills of Placerville, Sonora and Arnold are expecting rain by the afternoon to evening hours.
Continue Reading on ABC 10
Go to Top