Month: October 2019

Special Weather Statement issued October 29 at 1:49PM PDT by NWS

…COLD OVERNIGHT LOWS EXPECTED THROUGH THE COMING NIGHTS IN THE INLAND VALLEYS… A cold, dry air mass advected in by yesterdays wind storm will bring overnight lows in the 30s throughout the inland valleys of the San Francisco Bay Area in addition to the Salinas Valley. The coldest temperatures are expected to occur prior to and during the

Red Flag Warning issued October 29 at 5:31AM PDT until October 30 at 4:00PM PDT by NWS

…Red Flag Warning Today through Wednesday afternoon for strong offshore winds and critically low humidity… .Another offshore wind event will impact the San Francisco Bay Area today into Wednesday morning, featuring strong and gusty offshore winds and critically low relative humidity. This event will not be as strong as the event over the weekend, but still

Red Flag Warning issued October 28 at 8:15PM PDT until October 30 at 4:00PM PDT by NWS

…Red Flag Warning Tuesday through Wednesday morning for strong offshore winds and critically low humidity… .Another offshore flow event will impact the region Tuesday into Wednesday morning featuring strong and gusty offshore winds and critically low relative humidity. This event will not be as strong as the last event, but still bring critical fire weather

Beach Hazards Statement issued October 28 at 6:42PM PDT until October 29 at 9:00AM PDT by NWS

…INCREASED RISK OF SNEAKER WAVES THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING… .A long period northwest swell will bring a risk of sneaker waves throughout the afternoon and into Tuesday morning. Expect long lulls between largest sets. Beachgoers should use caution along area beaches. The risk of sneaker waves will decrease as the

Red Flag Warning issued October 28 at 1:04PM PDT until October 30 at 4:00PM PDT by NWS

…Red Flag Warning Tuesday through Wednesday morning for strong offshore winds and critically low humidity… .Another offshore flow event will impact the region Tuesday into Wednesday morning featuring strong and gusty offshore winds and critically low relative humidity. This event will not be as strong as the last event, but still bring critical fire weather