Weather Service forecasts wind and cold, Monday and Tuesday


Posted by on Mon, April 13, 2009

From the National Weather Service:

This hazardous weather outlook is for the entire San Francisco and Monterey Bay region.

Partly cloudy skies with seasonable temperatures are expected today. By tonight a dry cold front will approach the San Francisco and Monterey Bay region and locally strong northwest winds with gusts to 40 mph will be possible along the north bay coast and in the north bay hills.

Tuesday through Sunday, northwest winds will increase through the day as the dry cold front passes over the region. Local wind gusts in excess of 45 mph will be possible…Especially Tuesday afternoon and evening near the coast and in the hills.

Behind the cold front…Cool temperatures will bring the possibility of frost to the north bay valleys tuesday night into wednesday morning. There is a chance that a frost advisory may need to be issued should this pattern develop. Persons with interests that are susceptible to frost should take precautionary actions now.

Generally quiet weather is forecast wednesday through sunday with dry conditions and seasonably mild temperatures.


I am soooooo tired of the cold wind blowing.  Bring on Summer 2009!  Oh.  That’s drippy and foggy, right?  Okay, bring on September and October!