The drought is over.
San Francisco’s fifth-driest January on record received less than 1 inch of rain, while the normal total is closer to 6 inches, according to the National Weather Service. From New Year’s Day through Feb. 10, San Francisco received only 0.89 inches of rain, meteorologist Austin Cross said. The last time any rain fell was Jan. 8. Read More
The rain-soaked Bay Area will get a slight reprieve from stormy weather for the next couple of days, a National Weather Service forecaster said Wednesday.
Isolated thunderstorms and hail hit parts of the region throughout the day Wednesday, but today is expected to be dry, forecaster Steve Anderson said.