After a day of heat records shattering in the Bay Area, residents are probably in store for more record-breaking temperatures Sunday, forecasters said.
San Francisco, Santa Rosa and “pretty much all over the place could come to breaking records,” said Anna Schneider, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service.
On Saturday, San Francisco heated up to 74 degrees, breaking its record of 71 for the date.
An influx of heat Sunday in the Bay Area shattered temperature records for Oakland and Gilroy, meteorologists said Monday. Gilroy’s 102 degrees Sunday surpassed its record of 98 degrees for the day set in 1984, said Roger Gass, a Na...
Temperatures in some inland Bay Area towns were already topping 100 degrees before noon on Thursday, as residents coped with the hottest day of a week-long heat wave. Mountains north of Santa Rosa and elsewhere in the North Bay, inc...
Temperatures are expected to rise 15 to 20 degrees above average across the Bay Area. San Francisco and San Jose are forecast to reach the 80s, with Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz reaching the low to mid-90s. [ more › ]
It’s beach weather in February. Temperatures around the Bay Area are breaking records and hovering 15 to 20 degrees above average this weekend. Rain is nowhere in sight.