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New Yorkers are set to enjoy a period of "quiet weather" with mild days and cool nights this week, with forecasts suggesting stable, pleasant conditions before a likely return to wetter weather next week.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for North Bay valleys and the Central Coast, with temperatures dipping below 32 degrees. Residents are advised to protect people, pets, plants, and pipes.
Bay Area to face rain and high surf High Surf Advisory in place.
EPAs final cleanup of Sulphur Bank Mine aims to restore Clear Lake, ensuring a toxin-free environment.
Rain and sneaker waves hit Bay Area extra caution urged.
Bay Area braces for cold snap and hazardous coastlines.
EPA allocates 92m WIFIA loan for infrastructure resilience in Santa Clara Valley, part of a wider 50bn investment.
Sam Altman steps down as CEO of OpenAI due to board's loss of confidence in his leadership. CTO Mira Murati steps up as interim CEO as the search begins for a permanent replacement.
Red Flag Warning issued in Bay Area due to increased fire risk, marking most significant warning in two years.
As the Bay Area issues its seventh Spare the Air Alert for smog tomorrow, it raises concerns over the impact on residents' health and invites discussions on the significance of tackling the air pollution crisis.
As California faces a sudden shift in weather, with temperatures expected to reach their highest point of the year in the coming days.
As wildfire smoke from as far as Oregon and Northern California besieges the Bay Area, air quality remains poor, with health experts urging residents to take precautionary measures.
Wildfire smoke from Oregon and California drifts into the Bay Area, negatively affecting air quality, leading to growing concerns for residents.