A week of sunshine may come to an end today when what is expected to be mildly radioactive rain blankets the Bay Area.
The weatherman says there is at least a 60 percent chance of light showers, as well as isolated thunder, lightning and hail, especially during daylight — but the precipitation itself is not expected to be hazardous to your health. Read More
Bay Area rainwater tested last month exceeded federal standards for radiation in drinking water by 46 times, but a federal agency downplayed the potential health effects because the radiation is weakening rapidly and short-term exposure brings minimal risks. Read More