Hold the Easter Eggs!
There’s another storm brewing for the weekend. It’s hard to believe it’s the middle of April and we continue to see so much rain. Friday and Saturday is beautiful with plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures for the Bay Area. Highs could soar into the mid to upper 60s by Saturday.
But storm clouds return on Easter Sunday. In fact, we could see showers developing on Sunday morning and turn to a steady rain by this afternoon. Weather forecasting is tricky at this time of year so to get the very latest forecast for where you live, checkout our WeatherScope app!
On the bright side, if we do get cold rain on Sunday at least those delicious chocolate eggs won’t melt 🙂
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This is one of the strongest April storms in recent memory.
Hazards are: large shore breaks… rip currents… and sneaker waves
Timing: Friday morning through Saturday morning
Location: The coastline from northern Sonoma county south through southern Monterey county. In particular west to northwest facing beaches including but not limited to Ocean beach, Montara state beach, Marina state beach, Monterey state beach and Asilomar state beach.
Potential Impacts: Large shore breaks could injure beachgoers. Sneaker waves could knock unsuspecting people into the cold, turbulent ocean. Rip currents could pull people out to see. Be careful folks! Be sure to always keep your eyes on the ocean if you are going out there.
Here’s another weekly weather! Another storm brought more rain to the San Francisco Bay Area last night! But there is a BIG CHANGE in the weather ahead. This should be an up and down week with partly cloudy skies and a brisk wind expected on Monday. We can expect sunny weather with temperatures soaring into the 70s on Tuesday and Wednesday. And by next weekend offshore winds could send some highs near 80 degrees on Saturday in the Bay Area!
It’s definitely a time of transition here and across the country. The Northeast will see frigid ice storms through Tuesday. And developing storm could bring severe weather to parts of the plains and northern parts of Texas. This is the time of year when we start to see big thunderstorms and even tornadoes in that part of the country.
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Another powerful storm is headed for California. Clouds are already filling our skies but the storm won’t reach here until Thursday morning. This one will move through a little faster but the ground is so saturated, flooding is likely. The wettest parts of the Bay Area could see between 2″ to 5″ of rain. Mudslides are also very likely. The winds will also be very strong with gusts from 40 to 50 mph that will likely bring down trees and power lines.
A few showers will linger into Friday but we’re expecting a big change for the weekend.
Starting Saturday we begin a much needed break in the stormy weather. There should be plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 60’s. It’s going to feel almost like Spring 🙂 The weather pattern should remain dry through next Wednesday.
Storms could return as early as next Thursday. In fact, after that it could remain very stormy until the end of the month.
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