After weeks of blue skies and warm temperature, a cold front moved into the Bay Area, bringing rain and hail.
With the temperatures soaring past 100 degrees and the air filled with soot from fires around the West, the sunsets in Berkeley recently have been phenomenal.
The heat wave that hit Berkeley on Friday — slated to continue through Monday — forced people to seek relief in lakes and air-conditioned spaces.
With several heat warnings in effect over the next few days into Labor Day weekend, Berkeley is preparing for temperatures into the upper 90s, the city announced Thursday.
Don't say we didn't warn you: Berkeleyside urged you back in 2010 to mark your calendar for Monday's total solar eclipse.
Huge swaths of debris, including reeds and clumps of water hyacinth, have been spotted floating on the surface of the waters of the East Bay shoreline.
Damaged tide tubes mean water doesn't drain quickly from Aquatic Park, and that leads to flooding.
The cause of the outage was a tree making contact with a power line in El Cerrito, said PG&E.
This weekend's sunny forecast in Berkeley makes recent storms and rain feel like a distant memory. But some of the impacts from the weather remain, including downed trees around town.
Multiple readers shared video of two hailstorms that hit Berkeley on Monday afternoon. If you got any cool shots or videos, feel free to let us know.
Readers were impressed by a dazzling rainbow over Berkeley that showed up around 3:20 p.m. Friday. A number of them shared their images with Berkeleyside.
Berkeley’s creeks are currently running hard and fast, as photos and videos shared by our readers demonstrate. The rain is expected to continue through Thursday.
It was a chilly 38 degrees in Berkeley on Friday morning, but the cold snap is nothing compared to what is coming.