21 Mar Bay Area Saw Wind Gusts of Up to 88 MPH — in Richmond — as Tuesday’s Storm Whipped Through Region
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By Bay City News
High winds throughout the Bay Area on Tuesday blew down multiple trees and knocked out power, causing cancellations and delays on public transit, the closures of some highways and roads, and safety hazards as arcing power lines hit land.
Point Potrero in Richmond logged the highest Bay Area winds at 88 mph, according to the National Weather Service as of 8:08 p.m.
Los Gatos saw winds at 82 mph, Oakland International Airport and Mount Diablo logged winds at 74 mph in the East Bay, Napa saw gusts at 65 mph, San Francisco International Airport reached gusts of 64 mph, and the Monterey, Palo Alto and Watsonville airports all saw winds at up to 59 mph.
“It’s been a little windy, to say the very least!” quipped the National Weather Service on Twitter.
Its been a little windy today, to say the very least!
Jokes aside, if you’re curious as to max wind gusts for today, March 21st, across the Bay Area, take a look here: https://t.co/vTnhKg0GQt#CAwx #CAwind
— NWS Bay Area 🌉 (@NWSBayArea) March 22, 2023
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