SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Bay Area has not soon forgotten one of the most memorable weather events of a lifetime.
Thursday marked the one-year anniversary when the region's sunrise turned the entire sky a deep orange, due to the smoke from the historic California wildfires of 2020.
Click the above video to watch a photo album spread of some of the best-compiled photos of the day. One year later, the extreme fire danger persists.
ABC7 Meteorologist Drew Tuma has warned of a risk of seeing thunderstorms moving through the Bay Area. The highest risk would be between 10 p.m. tonight and 2 a.m. Friday morning.
However, it is not expected to be as severe as August 2020, when dry lightning storms ignited more than 500 wildfires across Northern California.
A statewide Flex Alert has also been extended through Thursday night, California ISO announced.
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