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Gameday forecast for 49ers vs. Colts: Rain, rain and more rain (and wind)

For those who don’t speak in meteorology, here’s what this meant for Sunday night’s game: The 49ers and Colts got drenched. The 49ers’ meeting against Indianapolis at Levi’s Stadium was played in the midst of a massive storm system that arrived off the California coast. The evening forecast in the Santa Clara area, per the National Weather Service, included an ongoing wind advisory and 100% chance of rain, with “new precipitation amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible.” Winds were expected to gust between 13 and 18 mph around kickoff and decrease to 7-12 mph during the game.
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Weather Forecast For The San Francisco Bay Area

There will be rain likely on Saturday. Highs will be in the 50s to the upper 60s. Southwest winds will be 5 to 10 mph. Saturday night will be breezy and rainy. Lows will be in the upper 50s. South winds will be 10 to 15 mph, increasing to 20 to 30 mph after midnight.
ENVIRONMENT
SFGate

It's unclear what a 'moisture-rich cold front' expected to reach the SF Bay Area will do

Uncertainty is the primary theme in next week's weather forecast bringing a chance of rain to the San Francisco Bay Area Oct. 20 to 24, the National Weather Service said. While long-term weather models earlier in the week suggested a promising chance for widespread rain beginning Wednesday, the latest models show rain may not come until next Friday, and rainfall totals remain unclear.
ENVIRONMENT
SFGate

Monster waves up to 30 feet to pound SF Bay Area beaches

An atmospheric river aimed for Northern California is forecast to bring monster swell to San Francisco Bay Area beaches late Sunday into early Tuesday, prompting the National Weather Service to issue the familiar warning, "Never turn your back on the ocean." Large breaking waves up to 30 feet are in...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
SFGate

Weather service cancels red flag warning for Bay Area

LATEST Sept. 30, 9:15 a.m. The National Weather Service cancelled the red flag warning in effect for the North Bay Thursday morning. "Given the improving conditions across the region since dawn (e.g. decreasing winds along the mountains and hills, improving humidities), the Red Flag Warning has been canceled," the weather service said on Twitter. "Winds will continue to weaken in higher terrain areas through the rest of the morning."
NAPA COUNTY, CA
San Francisco Chronicle

Fire weather watch issued for Northern California next week

Dry and windy conditions forecast for early next week have prompted a fire weather watch for a large part of Northern California, including much of the Bay Area. The National Weather Service’s alert, which will be in effect Monday and Tuesday, indicates that certain areas will face higher risks of fires starting and quickly spreading.
SFGate

Strongest winds of the year so far to heighten San Francisco Bay Area fire risk

Forecasters across Northern California are closely watching a strong weather system that's expected to generate ideal conditions for gusty northerly winds and extremely low humidities Sunday into Tuesday, leading to significant wildfire risk, the National Weather Service reported. The system, known as an "inside slider," will drop down from the...
SONOMA, CA
SFGate

Here's where rain is expected in the Bay Area Monday

A storm system over the Pacific Northwest on Sunday will gradually dry up as it moves into California Monday. While the far reaches of Northern California will likely receive rainfall, in the San Francisco Bay Area only northwest Sonoma County may see drizzle. There's a 30% to 40% chance of...
SONOMA, CA
San Francisco Chronicle

S.F. saw just 9 inches of rain this 'water year.' Here's how that compares to normal

The water year has officially come to an end — and once again, the Bay Area has come up dry. How dry? The region received a little more than a third of normal precipitation from Oct. 1, 2020, to Sept. 30, 2021, according to data from the National Weather Service — a common occurrence for the past several years, which bodes ill for a region already at the worst “exceptional” level on the U.S. Drought Monitor map.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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