Will it snow in The City? Probably … maybe … no?
Depending on where residents are getting their weather forecasts, some San Franciscans are preparing to bust out the sleds this weekend while others simply expect just a cold, rainy day in The City.
So why is it so hard to predict snowfall in the Bay Area? The short answer: “Because we don’t get snow,” said Diana Henderson, a National Weather Service forecaster. Read More
A winter wonderland is what people may be thinking about with the possibility of snow in San Francisco.
But also possible is traffic accidents, especially if there is a mix of alcohol with the drivers, warns San Francisco Police Department Capt. Al Casciato, with the police traffic company.
He warned drivers to simply pay attention. Read More
Just because San Francisco may or may not see snow Friday doesn’t mean The City isn’t preparing. Read More
Clever San Franciscans who are yawning over the tired conversation starter “So, do you think it’s really going to snow?” have created a little linkage love that might just be more reliable than the weatherman. Read More
Chill out, San Francisco. There’s still a chance for snow downtown.It’s only a “fair chance,” but at least it’s not a fat chance, according to the latest update from the National Weather Service Thursday morning.“Am I being vague enough for you?” said Steve Anderson, meteorologist for the National Weather Service. Read More
A storm will bring cold temperatures to the San Francisco Bay Area this weekend and with that comes the possibility of snow Friday.Though previous reports created excitement of snow in downtown San Francisco – the first time in 30 years – forecasters now say snow levels will only drop to 1,000 feet, not sea level as previously stated. Read More
Travelers seeking holiday thrills during the long weekend should do so with caution.
Snow levels in the Lake Tahoe area through the weekend are expected at 2,500 feet. Lake Tahoe reported three feet of snow Thursday and should expect another 2-4 feet today with chances of precipitation through Saturday. National Weather Service Forecaster Steve Anderson said Tahoe may see a break in snowfall on Sunday, but a storm projected to strike Monday will likely resume snowfall. Read More
Snow has blanketed the Bay Area’s highest peaks Thursday as stormy weather continues throughout the region.The snow level has reached 2,500 feet, National Weather Service forecaster Steve Anderson said.Parts of northeastern Sonoma County have already received 8 to 10 inches of snow, according to reports from Geysers Road in Mercuryville, Anderson said. Read More
Katie Couric tweeted this morning: "Only in NY: helping Barry Diller push his Maserati out of the snow in Central Park."
A winter storm walloping the Eastern Seaboard for the second time in three weeks is canceling thousands of flights across the country, including a number at San Francisco International Airport.SFO has been experiencing canceled flights Monday and most of Tuesday and could spill over to today, according to airport spokesman Mike McCarron. Read More