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Oakland, CA 14 Day Weather

Lat: 37.77N, Lon: 122.22W
Wx Zone: CAZ508 
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FOG and MIST
FOG and MIST
50°F
Updated: 01/19 12:47 pm
Feels Like:
54°F
Humidity: 83%
Wind:
S 7 mph
Barometer:
30.24 in
Visibility:
10 mi
FOG and MIST
FOG and MIST
10°C
Updated: 01/19 12:47 pm
Feels Like:
12°C
Humidity: 83%
Wind:
S 11 km/h
Barometer:
1024 mb
Visibility:
16 km

Sun & Moon

Cloud Cover: 25%
UV Index: 2
Sunrise: 07:22 AM
Sunset: 05:19 PM
Moonrise: 07:06 PM
Moonset: 08:49 AM
Civil Twilight
6:52 AM to 7:21 AM PST
5:16 PM to 5:44 PM PST
Waning Gibbous Moon
Waning Gibbous Moon
Update is local observation time. What time is it in Oakland? 12:47 PM Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Oakland, CA Weather Forecast

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Oakland 14 Day Weather Outlook

Note: Our 7 day Oakland weather forecast is our most reliable forecast. This model should only be used as a probable scenario. Forecasting more than 7 days ahead is challenging.
Wed
Jan 19

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 64°F18°C, low 46°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 6 mph,S 10 km/h, barometric pressure 30.21 in,1023 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 76%.
Thu
Jan 20

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 65°F18°C, low 48°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind ESE 7 mph,ESE 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30.27 in,1025 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 70%.
Fri
Jan 21

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 70°F21°C, low 48°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind NNE 16 mph,NNE 25 km/h, barometric pressure 30.12 in,1020 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 56%.
Sat
Jan 22

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 65°F19°C, low 44°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind ENE 9 mph,ENE 14 km/h, barometric pressure 30.12 in,1020 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 49%.
Sun
Jan 23

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 62°F17°C, low 44°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind ESE 5 mph,ESE 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 55%.
Mon
Jan 24

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 61°F16°C, low 46°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 6 mph,S 10 km/h, barometric pressure 30.06 in,1018 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 65%.
Tue
Jan 25

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 63°F17°C, low 45°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 5 mph,S 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 69%.
Wed
Jan 26

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 66°F19°C, low 46°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SE 4 mph,SE 6 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 68%.
Thu
Jan 27

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 67°F19°C, low 47°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SE 5 mph,SE 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 67%.
Fri
Jan 28

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 66°F19°C, low 46°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 4 mph,SSE 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.09 in,1019 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 66%.
Sat
Jan 29

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 58°F15°C, low 49°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 85%, wind SSW 7 mph,SSW 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30 in,1016 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 75%.
Sun
Jan 30

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 53°F12°C, low 45°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 88%, wind SW 12 mph,SW 19 km/h, barometric pressure 30 in,1016 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 79%.
Mon
Jan 31

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 52°F11°C, low 44°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 76%, wind SSE 11 mph,SSE 18 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 82%.
Tue
Feb 1

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 56°F13°C, low 46°F,8°C, chance of precipitation 85%, wind SSE 8 mph,SSE 13 km/h, barometric pressure 30 in,1016 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 80%.
Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 310 PM EST Wed Jan 19 2022 Valid Thu Jan 20 2022 - Sat Jan 22 2022 ...Widespread wintry precipitation and rain expected from the East Coast to to southern Texas... ...Potentially significant freezing rain for the Carolinas and snow for the southern Mid-Atlantic begins Friday... ...Frigid cold expands across most of the central and eastern U.S.... ...Lower elevation rain and higher terrain snow forecast from the Pacific Northwest to the Northern Plains... Widespread wintry precipitation and frigid temperatures will impact many regions across the country during the short-term forecast period (Wednesday evening through Friday evening). Snow, sleet, and freezing rain are forecast from New England to south Texas behind a powerful cold front moving east across the country. Starting in the north, light snow showers will continue for portions of the Great Lakes east to northern New England overnight Wednesday. Potentially more significant snowfall will occur starting overnight Wednesday for the Ohio Valley and spreading east to the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England Thursday morning. While snowfall totals are forecast to remain between 1-2 inches for most locations, the snow will likely fall quickly and overlap the Thursday morning commute, particularly for the major cities along the I-95 corridor. Further South, rain and thunderstorms will continue along the cold front across the Southeast and the Gulf Coast. Some locally heavy rain of 1-2 inches is possible, but low rain rates and quick moving storms will keep the threat of flooding low. Of greater significance will be the potential for icing from the Tennessee Valley south to the Gulf Coast and southern Texas as colder air moves in behind the front Thursday evening. While totals should remain light, with only a glaze expected for most areas, the icing may lead to slick roads, particularly bridges. Winter Storm Watches and Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for portions of southern Texas. The most concerning portion of the forecast comes Friday as a wave of low pressure along the cold front deepens off the coast when the front moves into the Atlantic, encouraging potentially significant freezing rain across the Carolinas and snow for the southern Mid-Atlantic. While impacts from this storm will continue beyond the current forecast period, the freezing rain may start as early as Thursday evening for the Carolinas. Winter Storm Watches have been issued for portions of northeastern South Carolina and eastern North Carolina for the potential of 0.2" - 0.4" of freezing rain through Saturday morning. Areas west and north of the immediate coast from Myrtle Beach north to Wilmington have the greatest chance of seeing the higher end totals. Freezing rain of this magnitude has the potential to cause widespread tree damage and power outages. In addition, snow will begin further north from the Tidewater of southeastern Virginia to the southern DelMarVa peninsula Friday and continue into Saturday. Snow totals of 4"+ are forecast. Meanwhile, behind the front, frigid cold will continue to expand across most of the central and eastern U.S. Highs on Thursday will range from the single digits across the Upper Midwest, the teens and 20s from the Northeast to the Central Plains, and the 30s and 40s from the Carolinas to the western Gulf Coast. Temperatures will drop even colder on Friday for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic with highs in the teens and 20s common, while highs in the 40s expand east along the Gulf Coast outside the Florida Peninsula. Wind Chill Advisories remain in effect from the Northern High Plains east to the Upper Mississippi Valley for Thursday morning with lows forecast in the negative teens and 20s and gusty winds expected. A Freeze Watch is also out for portions of South Texas for Friday morning as lows will dip into the upper 20s and low 30s for most areas outside of the lower Rio Grande Valley. A storm system approaching the Pacific Northwest will move inland by Thursday morning, continuing chances for lower elevation rain and mountain snow for portions Washington and Oregon overnight Wednesday and into the day Thursday. The snow will expand into the Northern Rockies throughout the day on Thursday and into the Central Rockies and Northern Plains on Friday as another system organizes over Canada and progresses to the southeast across the Northern Plains. Snow accumulations should generally remain light, with totals of more than a couple of inches confined to higher elevation in the mountains. Putnam Graphics are available at NWS Weather Prediction Center
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