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    Bay Area residents got an unseasonably warm start to the spring, but temperatures are expected to cool down by Thursday before another shot at rain could move into the region over the weekend. A ridge of high pressure, which strengthened off the coast the last few days, is expected to keep temperatures into the 70s and 80s and as much as 18 degrees above normal Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. The heat wave broke eight temperature records Tuesday and has the potential to match or break more Wednesday in Santa Rosa, whose last record was 84 degrees in 1926; Richmond, which last had a high of 75 degrees in 2015; and at the San Francisco International Airport, which has a record of 73 degrees in 1970. Records could also be broken in Oakland, Redwood City, Half Moon Bay, San Jose and Gilroy. Some very long-standing high temperature records broken today#CAwx pic.twitter.com/hNEVNeTGpg — NWS Bay Area ???? (@NWSBayArea) March 23, 2022 Winds could hover around 10 to 15 miles per hour Wednesday along the coastlines, with gusts up...
    Drivers in the Golden State reached another grim milestone Tuesday morning, becoming the first state in the U.S. to have a city reach the $6 per gallon average for unleaded fuel. Los Angeles surpassed the $6 mark Tuesday for the first time in history, according to the AAA. Although the average price of gas sunk another cent to $4.24 per gallon since yesterday and seven cents in the past week, the average in California went up 11 cents in that same time to $5.86. A year ago, California’s average gas price was $3.88 per gallon. Demand is increasing as the warm-weather driving season approaches and with it, the more expensive summer blend of gasoline in California. Demand for gas rose 12.6% Sunday from the previous week and was 14.5% above average compared to the last four Sundays, according to Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy. According to GasBuddy data, Sunday US gasoline demand rose 12.6% from the prior Sunday and was 14.5% above the average of the last four Sundays. It was the highest gallons count on...
    Fears his tanks would get stuck in the mud may have forced Vladimir Putin to postpone Russia's invasion of Ukraine, US officials believe. Around 100,000 Russian troops, tanks and armoured personnel carriers have been stationed on the border between the two countries for several weeks. The ground there is usually frozen solid in winter, which is conducive to an advance by heavy vehicles. Fears his tanks would get stuck in the mud may have forced Vladimir Putin to postpone Russia's invasion of Ukraine, US officials believe (pictured on Monday) However, a period of mild weather has melted the ice and created a muddy quagmire. The unusually clement conditions have caused the Kremlin to reconsider its military options, according to weather experts advising US President Joe Biden. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Undersea cable connecting Norway and Arctic satellite... Russia insists it has NO plans to invade Ukraine with... Share this article Share A team of White House meteorologists are convinced the changes in ground conditions have brought Russia's plans to advance to a...
    SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — It’s snow season in Southern California, but authorities want to remind eager snow enthusiasts to remember a few safety tips for driving in inclement weather. Tuesday’s storm dropped 10 inches of fresh snow on Bear Mountain in the San Bernardino Mountains, and more snow could be on the way for the Christmas holiday. So Caltrans, the Forest Service, the National Weather Service and several other local agencies want people to be prepared for a safe snow day. READ MORE: 'Tentative Agreement' Reached In Orange County Sanitation Workers Strike (credit: Mammoth Lake Tourism) For anyone driving into the mountains from November through April, tire chains should be kept in the car even if there is no chain control at the time – weather conditions can change without notice. When chains are needed, motorists should avoid installing chains in the roadway or in traffic lanes, and consider utilizing the service of a permitted chain installer for a fee. READ MORE: Rockslide Shuts Down State Route 39 Above Azusa, GlendoraSouthern California is famous for its warm weather, and...
    The Bay Area weather forecast as fall heads into the stretch drive and winter awaits in the distance is quite similar to those that persist for days and days in the summer. Sunny, with clear skies. And quite warm — just not as warm as July and August. “For the foreseeable future, the next week or so, maybe a bit longer, we’re gonna have this stubborn high pressure hanging around the region,” National Weather Service meteorologist Sarah McCorkle said. “Eventually, we’ll get some relief, but it probably won’t be until sometime next week.” The immediate consequence of that high pressure is that more heat records could fall on Wednesday. McCorkle said that is expected to be the warmest day under the this high-pressure hangout and that temperatures in some areas could rise into the low 70s. San Jose in Santa Clara County; Oakland in Alameda County; Walnut Creek in Contra Costa County; and San Rafael in Marin County are among the places expected to reach at least 70 degrees, according to McCorkle. The warm spell already brought a record on...
    WRIGHTWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- At Mountain High Resort near Wrightwood, the weather is still too warm for operators to allow skiers and snowboarders on the slopes. But overnight temperatures have been just cold enough for resort operators to make enough snow to open up the base of their east resort for snow play."This is great," said Glenn Skawski, who recently moved from Montana to Santa Clarita. "Yeah, just to drive up here was really nice."The day after Thanksgiving, temperatures were in the mid-40s for most of the morning. Dozens of people arrived at the resort for the first day of snow play. The resort will be open again on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $20 and parking is free."Mother Nature is rearing her ugly head this year, and just hasn't given us the natural snowfall and or the cold temps," said Mountain High spokesperson Mike Childress, who said typically they're able to open the resort by Nov. 20."We were trying to get Mountain High West open for Thanksgiving, but that didn't happen. So at...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Another sunny Fall day in store, though a bit warmer than Saturday. The Bears meet that Wisconsin team at Noon under sunny skies, 62° and a west breeze of 10-15 mph. Today is followed by more sun and warmer temps on Monday. We stay dry until, at least, mid-week. Showers possible by Wednesday afternoon. October 17 Normal- 62 Saturday- 59 Today- 66 Sunrise- 7:07am Forecast Today: sunny and 66 Tonight: clear and 48 Monday: sunny, warmer, 70
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Rain showers return for the weekend. Temperatures are expected to cool a bit, but perhaps not as Fall-like as first advertised. Tonight, Increasing clouds. Isolated shower by morning with a low of 63 degrees. READ MORE: Illinois State Police Trooper Shot And Critically Wounded On Dan Ryan Expressway    READ MORE: Illinois State Police To Saturate Patrols In Wake Of Chicago Area Expressway Shootings; Data Show Very Few Arrests Are Made In Such CasesTomorrow, scattered showers. Isolated rumble of thunder with a high 80 degrees.   Scattered showers through Monday, with a smaller lingering chance on Tuesday. Temps in the 70s next week. MORE NEWS: One Killed, Two Wounded In Shootout In North Austin, Three In Custody 
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s going to be staying quiet and warm, through subtle changes are on the way. That’s according to CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis. READ MORE: University Of Chicago Student, Max Solomon Lewis, Dies After Being Shot On CTA Green Line It will continue to stay warm for Tuesday, but be on the lookout for a thunderstorm. Rain chances creep back in by Wednesday, as temperatures drop. It’ll be in the 70s and 80s for the rest of the week and into the weekend. Tonight: Mostly clear. Low 72. READ MORE: Man Drowns, Another Rescued Off Lake Street Beach In Gary, Indiana Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 91. Isolated storms possible.     MORE NEWS: State Declares Disaster For Morris After Battery Fire  
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The heat wave that brought days of sweltering, humid weather to Minnesota is coming to an end. Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says a cold front will wash over the state on Friday, dropping dew points to much more comfortable levels. Still, it will be warm, with temperatures expected to hit 90 degrees in the Twin Cities. READ MORE: Darnella Frazier, Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder, Awarded Special Citation From Pulitzer Prizes Ahead of the cold front is a line of storms, which prompted severe thunderstorm warnings early Friday for counties along the Dakota border. According to Augustyniak, this line of storms will weaken as it pushes into Minnesota through the morning. READ MORE: 3 Charged In Shooting Death Of 25-Year-Old Keisa Lange In St. Cloud; Investigators Looking Into Similar Homicide In the afternoon, isolated storms could rumble near the Twin Cities and the Wisconsin border. However, much of Minnesota is expected to be dry Friday. MORE NEWS: Minnesota State Fair Officially Moving Forward For 2021 As for the weekend, both days look to...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The heat wave that brought days of sweltering, humid weather to Minnesota is coming to an end. Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says a cold front will wash over the state on Friday, dropping dew points to much more comfortable levels. Still, it will be warm, with temperatures expected to hit 90 degrees in the Twin Cities. READ MORE: When Will The Pandemic End? Ahead of the cold front is a line of storms, which prompted severe thunderstorm warnings early Friday for counties along the Dakota border. According to Augustyniak, this line of storms will weaken as it pushes into Minnesota through the morning. READ MORE: After Gunfire, Car Crashes Into Tree In North Minneapolis, Killing Passenger In the afternoon, isolated storms could rumble near the Twin Cities and the Wisconsin border. However, much of Minnesota is expected to be dry Friday. MORE NEWS: Metro Restaurants Closing During Heat Wave To Protect Kitchen Staff As for the weekend, both days look to be sunny and warm, with Sunday’s highs pushing into the low 90s. However,...
    DENVER (CBS4) – There have been a handful of very warm days so far this season, but nothing as hot as what coming the next couple of days. Through Thursday, the warmest temperature so far this year in Denver is 86 degrees which happened twice in May. Now comes high temperatures reaching at least 88 degrees on Friday followed by lower 90s on Saturday. READ MORE: Colorado Weather: Storms Will Threaten Mountain Hikers This Weekend, Especially Sunday The warmup is part of a warming trend that started immediately after a cool and wet Memorial Day weekend. (source: CBS) It will also be quite warm in the mountains with high temperatures reaching at least the 70s for most mountain towns on Friday. READ MORE: Juan Figueroa Charged With Kidnapping And Killing Longmont Mom Rita Gutierrez-Garcia 3 Years After She Went Missing (source: CBS) It will be even warmer on Saturday with Summit County coming closer to 80 degrees. (source: CBS) Afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms will also develop in the mountains over the weekend with the best chance waiting until Sunday....
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It will be very warm and breezy for the rest of the weekend, and then temperatures cool back to normal values. On Saturday night, it will be breezy and mild. Low 61. (Credit: CBS 2) On Sunday, it will be breezy and very warm with a high 83. There is a chance of late-day showers or storms. (Credit: CBS 2) Showers and storms are possible Monday into Tuesday as temperatures cool a bit. (Credit: CBS 2)
    THE first week of May could be a snowy one, according to weather graphs. The white stuff could follow weeks of warm spring weather that has been enjoyed by millions as the lockdown lifts. ???? Read our UK weather live blog for the latest forecasts 8Sun worshippers enjoyed the beach at BournemouthCredit: ©Graham Hunt People walk a dog in snowy conditions near Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park earlier this year The Weather Outlook tweeted an image of the UK with smudges of snow dotted across the map.  "GFS06z shows the risk of snow in southern counties during the first week of May," they said. This comes as people enjoy the warmer spring weather and the eased restrictions throughout the country. A possible bank holiday heatwave has been predicted, which could see temperatures soar to 32C. The warm weather comes as the UK is set for the warmest summer "from the past ten years," according to experts. With no rain forecast this week or next, some weather experts predict there may be a Spanish Plume of hot weather...
    BRITS are set to swelter in a 31C heatwave predicted for May Bank Holiday as summer winds blow in from the south. High pressure from the continent is forecast to sweep hot air across Britain bringing with it scorching weather to kick off the month of May. ???? Read our UK weather live blog for the latest forecasts 6People enjoying the sun whilst out punting on the river Cam in CambridgeCredit: SWNS 6A jogger on Southsea seafront, Hampshire, this morningCredit: Solent 6People enjoying the lovely warm and sunny weather in Dorset todayCredit: Alamy With no rain forecast this week or next, some weather experts predict there is a Spanish Plume of hot weather with temperatures in the 30Cs set to hit Britain. Hotter-than-average temperatures are forecast in the coming weeks and will continue well into the month of May. The Met Office's long forecast predicts the first half of next month will see warm temperatures. However, they played down earlier predictions of a full heatwave for the May Bank holiday. Some meteorologists said the UK could hit highs of 31C in two weeks due...
    A music professor in Texas has been forced to sleep with his 330-year-old violin for fear it will crack in cold weather.  Aaron Boyd, who is the director of chamber music at Southern Methodist University, bundled the instrument up in blankets before snuggling with it after the power went out at his Plano home amid a winter storm earlier this week.  'I treat this violin as if it were a living creature,' Boyd told The Dallas Morning News on Friday.  Temperatures inside Boyd's home dropped down into the 40s (between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius) on Tuesday, so he has been sleeping next to the violin for the past three nights.  'Once it's cracked, you have to have it fixed -and it's never quite the same afterwards,' Boyd stated.  The violin was made by renowned luthier Matteo Goffriller in Venice back in 1690.  Music professor Aaron Boyd has been forced to sleep with his 330-year-old violin in Plano, Texas for fear it will crack in cold weather following statewide power outages  The violin was made by renowned luthier Matteo...
    BOSTON (CBS) – As temperatures plunge, homeless shelters like the Pine Street Inn in Boston are working around the clock to keep people warm. “Really since Tuesday, we’ve been out trying to talk people into coming in,” said Lyndia Downie, President of the Pine Street Inn. They’ve deployed their van from the late night into the early morning hours, warning those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Downie says they’ve freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it’s mission has been made even more difficult by the pandemic. “We’ll work really hard to make sure we have space for people, I think what is challenging this year is trying to do our best to social distance within that space,” Downie said. People walking around Copley Square in Boston bundled up. The temperatures are so cold, the city activated its warming centers during the day. Downie says her biggest worry kicks in when the sun goes down because places lose and the options to stay warm are limited. “There’s a core group out there who’ve been...
    As it gets colder outside, it may make waiting for the bus a little more difficult. But with a little planning, you can make yourself more comfortable. Greyhound says there are a few things you can do to make the cold more bearable while waiting for your ride. First, dress like an onion. Having one big, hot coat may not make your time outside more comfortable. Instead, put on layers of shirts and sweaters. That way, you can adjust if you start feeling warm. And be sure to wear warm socks and a hat. Greyhound says your body feels warmer if your feet and head are warm. And if you are the type of person who gets really cold, it may be worth investing in a hot water bottle to stick under your coat. Greyhound also says to carry a thermos with something warm inside of it. It could be tea or coffee or even soup, but it just needs to warm you up inside. If you find yourself starting to feel cold while waiting, Greyhound says to start pacing....
    Winter is coming. There's no getting around the fact that patio season as we know it will soon come to an end, and with it the opportunity for diners to enjoy the warm weather on expanded restaurant and bar outdoor eating areas, while COVID-related indoor dining capacity remains restricted to 50 percent or up to fifty people (with some exceptions). Coloradans are a hearty bunch, braving the elements at the Beach at Arapahoe Basin for burgers and beers during ski season, dancing the night away at the annual Icelantic Winter on the Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and tailgating in the most miserable conditions before Broncos games. But what about a romantic dinner for two under the stars in January, or cocktails with friends during an outdoor Sunday brunch when the wind cuts through your sweater quicker than the first Bloody Mary cuts through the haze of your hangover? A drive through Denver's many neighborhoods and restaurant zones reveals that most businesses are still in summer mode, with misters going full blast; umbrellas, tarps and open-sided tents deployed to...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alpha Industries; Moosejaw; Patagonia; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider When the weather's unpredictable, a vest has you covered. Whether worn on their own or over a sweater or hoodie, a vest can be a great option to get you through fall when the weather can be at its weirdest and most unpredictable. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals. Dressing appropriately for the weather conditions can be a tricky business, especially during the tempestuous fall season with warm days and cool nights. That doesn't even include those weird-weather winter days where it can jump 20 degrees in a few hours. That's where cold-weather vests come in thanks to their ability to keep your core warm without overheating you like a coat can.  While the most popular style by far is the puffer vest, there are multiple other styles out there, from sherpa fleece to packaways (thinner waterproof vests that are easy to store) to more...
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