San Francisco Bay Area Swimmers Face The Hottest Water Temperatures In A Decade

The Water Temperatures In The San Francisco Bay Area Are The Lowest They Have Been In A Decade

Water Temperatures Are Five Degrees Below Normal For March

The Cold Temperatures Were Caused By Cold Winds From Northern Canada

Colder Water Is Brought To The Bay Area By The Winds

The Upwelling Of Cold Sub Surface Water Is Caused By The Coriolis Effect

There Is Less Sunlight To Warm The Water In The Winter

Swimmers Are Still Participating In Events Despite The Cold

The Dolphin Club Is Participating In The Polar Bear Challenge