Rain? Say What? Yup, Light Showers Predicted for Bay Area

Forecasters say intermittent showers will be here through Wednesday.

Photo Credit: Morguefile
Photo Credit: Morguefile
By Bay City News—

Light rain is forecast to fall on the Bay Area this week, a National Weather Service forecaster said Sunday.

As early as Tuesday evening, a front of steady showers is forecast to make its way south across the North Bay to San Francisco and continue on-and-off through Wednesday, forecaster Diana Henderson said.

Most areas will see between a tenth of an inch and a quarter-inch of rainfall, she said.

Higher elevations in the North Bay and coastal mountains might get up to an inch of rain.

Spring-like warm temperatures should return to the area by Friday, according to the weather service.
Wire March 24, 2014 at 05:18 PM
Report: Farmers' Almanac more accurate than government climate scientists. dailycaller.com/2014/.../report-farmers-almanac-more-a...‎ The Daily Caller You thought the drought wasn't predicted. MARCH 2014: temperature 56° (1° below avg.); precipitation 2.5" (0.5" above avg. east, 1" below west); Mar 1-4: Sunny north, rainy periods south; cool; Mar 5-8: Rain, then sunny, cool; Mar 9-12: Showers north, sunny south; cool; Mar 13-20: Showers, then sunny, turning warm; Mar 21-25: Scattered showers, cooler; Mar 26-31: Rainy periods, cool. APRIL 2014: temperature 60° (avg.); precipitation 0.7" (0.3" below avg.); Apr 1-8: Showers, then sunny, cool; Apr 9-14: Sunny, turning warm north; a; Apr m:; Apr clouds,: p; Apr m:; Apr sun,: south; Apr 15-20: Showers, then sunny, warm; Apr 21-25: Sunny, cool; Apr 26-30: Sunny, warm north; showers, cool south
bluecollardoctor March 24, 2014 at 09:08 PM
I hope the almanac is right. April is typically some of the worst most inconvenient weather we have. Just when you want to do some outdoor activity it is 57 degrees and raining. We will all eventually sick of the rain soon enough.
"The Black Panther of Poetry" March 25, 2014 at 02:15 PM
Benjamin Banneker was a self-educated scientist, astronomer, inventor, writer, and antislavery publicist. He built a striking clock entirely from wood, published the first Farmers' Almanac in 1791, and actively campaigned against slavery. He was one of the first African Americans to gain distinction in science.


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