Scientists say warmer coastal waters are forcing nursing mothers in the Channel Islands or Mexico to head out farther for food, leaving behind their young for too long.
It’s a little foggy out there this morning, with visibility down to 1/2 mile in some areas of downtown Sacramento.
Traffic is understandably moving a little slower this morning and drivers make their way to work through the dense fog.
The overall wind pattern remains light, allowing patchy fog to develop. The upper cloud cover is non-existent and a ridge of high pressure is developing and pushes to the north.
It may not have snowed, but California kept it cooler on Christmas this year after a cold front swept in overnight bringing gusty winds that showered streets with palm fronds and other debris.
San Diego’s Lindbergh Field hit 85 degrees on Thursday, breaking a 111-year-old record by two degrees.
It’ll be another hot one today! It’ll be warm and mostly sunny with above-average temperatures throughout the region Tuesday. Valley and delta high temperatures will get up to 15 degrees above the normal in places.
Icy roads are forcing the closure of schools in the foothills this morning. Here are some of the schools and school districts that have cancelled or delayed Monday classes.
The warm weekend temperatures will continue into next week, giving us a warm start to the week with the strong winds picking back up.
Sunny skies and breezy conditions were found throughout the Valley Saturday with temps running ten degrees above normal.
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer, but the weather pattern we’re in feels more like fall. It depends on who you ask as to whether or not it’s a good thing.