Currently in San Francisco — March 17th, 2023

The weather, currently.

Slightly sunny with a breeze and a cloudier evening for Friday, March 17.

The structural damage from these rains hasn’t just been to houses, buildings, and power lines – a 3 ft x 3 ft pothole on the 880 near Fruitvale caused the major thoroughfare to be confined to just a couple of lanes, significantly backing up traffic.

And, the rain isn’t gone yet. We’re expecting to see even more precipitation from the weekend into the early part of next week. Be careful driving and continue keeping your eyes peeled for flooding … and potholes, apparently.

Priya Shukla

San Francisco Solar Electricity Generation for Wednesday - Friday: (Electricity Generated: 11,000 - 12,000 | Equivalent Homes Powered: 637,000 - 703,000 | Home Energy Savings: 161% - 179%)

What you need to know, currently.


If you're wondering what you're looking at here, let us break it down for you.

📎 The percentages detailed in the map is a state-wise breakdown of the change in heat-trapping emissions. A negative percentage implies a decrease in emissions, while a positive percentage implies an increase. The greener the state, the higher the reduction in emissions. So that actually sounds good, right? We're seeing so much reduction across the board after all!

Well, not quite.

The United States committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050, but at the current rate of reduction (i.e. 1% every year across the board) the country is not moving nearly fast enough to achieve this national target.

Top emitting sectors of electric power, transport, industry, and agriculture need to make some drastic changes at both state and local levels to create a larger dent in those reduction goals.

There have been some major wins along the way, such as a 7.2 % decrease in industrial emissions between 2005–2020! Strides ARE being made in each sector and we'll spotlight those in the coming weeks as well, so keep an eye out 🌱

— Prerana Narahari

What you can do, currently.