Jeff Ranieri's Forecast: AM 30s & Weekend Shower | NBC Bay Area

Jeff Ranieri's Forecast: AM 30s & Weekend Shower



    Cold 30s return Inland Friday morning with plenty of sunshine by the afternoon. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks our next round of rain and how much is expected from Saturday into Monday in your Microclimate Forecast.

    (Published Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017)


    Clear sky and cold air dropping in from the North will bring patchy frost and mid to upper 30s across Interior Valleys with 40s near the Bay.  Expect sunny conditions into the afternoon and low to mid 50s across the Bay Area.

    Please be careful near Coyote creek as flooded areas will remain.  Creek levels are now below flood stage but water still may be rushing fast. Use extreme caution. 

    2 weaker systems will move over the Bay Area Saturday to Monday and bring scattered areas of rain.  Based on the current forecast totals will be on the lower side with .25" on average.  

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    Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri

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