— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) October 9, 2019 The weather conditions prompted Pacific Gas and Electric Co. to plan to shut off power to more than 800,000 customers to prevent wind-blown power lines and equipment from sparking devastating wildfires, as they did in 2017 and 2018. PG&E began the shut-offs at midnight, and by 4 a.m. about 141,000 customers in Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties had lost power. … [Read more...] about Fire weather moves into Bay Area — winds to top 55 mph
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MEDIARNC won’t get the same uninterrupted media attention that the media gave the DNC. [LAT]TV reporters feel the need to interact with the weather? Washington Post writer Paul Farhi asks: “Is it really a weather story at all unless the TV people can go outside in the storm and, while risking bodily injury, warn viewers that they shouldn’t go outside in the storm and risk bodily injury?” [WP]Times chairman answer questions regarding an e-mail exchange he had with the reporter of the 2005 biography TrumpNation: The Art of Being The Donald. Trump is suing the reporter for calling him a millionaire (oooh, how plebeian!) instead of a billionaire. [Philadelphia Inquirer] … [Read more...] about Why Do Weather Reporters Need to Stand IN a Hurricane to Report on It?
Showers and storms then taper off overnight, leading into a generally dry Friday for much of the region, with humidity gradually dropping and clouds breaking for sun. Saturday will be a dry and comfortable start to the weekend with highs in the middle 70s and lower humidity too. We will watch for changes to the forecast and pattern by Sunday as the front that has been sitting our south since Thursday night starts to lift back north as a warm front Sunday. This draws in warm and steamy air for the end of the weekend, and we should look again for rain and thunderstorms and another threat for localized flash flooding. … [Read more...] about Philadelphia Weather: Scattered Rain, Thunderstorms Thursday Bring Flash Flood Concerns
It won’t be a return to summer temperatures yet on Thursday, but it will likely be one step closer. Thursday’s forecast calls for a chance of snow and rain followed by partly sunny skies and a high near 55 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Snow accumulation isn’t expected. Thursday night is predicted to bring a slight chance of rain and a low of about 40 degrees. Minimal snow is likely across the mountains. … [Read more...] about Denver weather: Warmer temperatures are on their way back after rain, snow
Much of the state is under some kind of weather advisory for the next 24 hours, ranging from winter weather warnings in the metro area to extreme fire danger in the mountains and a freeze warning in Morgan County, Southern Lincoln County, Logan County, Washington County, Sedgwick County and Phillips County. … [Read more...] about Colorado weather: When, where and how much snow to expect Tuesday