Question: Will newts, frogs and salamanders be out in full force in the Bay Area this spring?
The Bay Area is famous for its microclimates. Learn about the patterns of rain, sun, and wind that make our home what it is.
The forecast calls for big rain this weekend from an “atmospheric river,” a plume of moisture stretching thousands of miles across the Pacific and splashing onto land right smack on the Northern California coast.
As drought stretches on in California, local plants and animals are falling back on their evolutionarily honed behaviors for outlasting the dry.
With all the cold and moist days we’ve had lately, it’s the perfect time to experience winter’s tule fog, a different variety than summer’s ocean-borne type.
A geologist reminds us that a “Pineapple Express” could do just as much damage here as Hurricane Sandy did back East.
Would you believe that acorn woodpeckers have the most complex social relationships of any animal with a backbone? One expert says so. Watch the birds for a while, and you just might agree!
Today, the online weather forecasting site Weather Underground is launching a new crowd-sourced forecasting system that creates custom forecasts for thousands of personal weather stations across the country, including dozens in the Bay Area.
Summer is the season for sea breezes in the Bay Area, and no one knows that better than the kite-boarders, windsurfers, and sailors who ply the Bay every chance they get.