People across the Bay Area are waking up to strange summer weather Friday morning.
High temperatures predicted for this weekend could make breathing more difficult for people with respiratory issues, officials with the Bay …
A heat advisory is in effect for a majority of the Bay Area on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Hot weather brings with it an increased risk of wildfires.
Seven earthquakes hit just outside Truckee within a four hour span Tuesday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey.
The heat wave hitting California is being blamed for at least six deaths.
Thursday was one of the hottest days of summer, and it’s only into Day 2.
Auto repair shops say they’ve been overwhelmed recently by requests for service thanks to the triple digit heat.
Oakland Zoo handlers are helping the animals get some relief from the heat wave.
With more hot weather on the way, officials are urging you to be careful on the roadways.
Authorities have ordered residents along a swelling river in Central California to head for higher ground.
The Bay Area heat wave has killed at least two people in Santa Clara County, officials confirmed Wednesday.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 has hit the East Bay Wednesday, according to USGS.
The East Bay has seen the brunt of the heatwave hitting the region.
The first day of summer is going to be a hot one in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Residents throughout the entire state of California are asked to conserve electricity Tuesday and Wednesday because of the heat wave.
The California Independent System Operator has issued a power warning, or Flex Alert, due to high temperatures across the state.
Nearly 20,000 electric customers in the San Francisco Bay Area lost power because of high temperatures Sunday, a PG&E spokeswoman said.
June temperatures are on the rise, and so are sales for house fans as Bay Area residents are trying everything to keep cool.
This Father’s Day high temperatures in nine Bay Area locations set new records, according to the National Weather Service.