Although weather here in the East Bay tends to be both warmer and less capricious than that of San Francisco, locals master the art of “layering” and take the forecast to be merely the centroid of a seasonal parameter space.
In mid-late May, Berkeley usually has clear or partly cloudy skies and pleasant temperatures (lows and highs from 60-70° F, or 15-20° C) with a low chance of either rain or fog.
As the conference draws near, we will add weather forecasts for the excursion destinations.
|Current conditions observed near the Berkeley campus. Click here for full conditions and forecast.|
|A live view from the University of California’s Lawrence Hall of Science, on a hill overlooking the campus. You are looking toward the Golden Gate Bridge, with San Francisco to the left and Berkeley in the foreground. Click here for their full webcam page, including live data from their weather station.|