Freezing overnight temperatures will continue in many parts of the Bay Area early this week before a slight warming trend begins Wednesday, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
Thursday was a busy night for San Francisco’s homeless outreach team, which was encouraging people to find shelter from the chilly weather.
Bay Area residents may want to bundle up, as a cold-weather system is headed this way and will linger for several days, a National Weather Service forecaster said.
Dozens of needy families endured the nighttime chill camped outside Sacred Heart Community Service in San Jose for the chance to pick out free toys and books as holiday gifts for their children.
“The cold weather, obviously we’re going to have to deal with,” pitcher Ryan Vogelsong said. “But it’s the World Series.”
Some morning commuters Tuesday were treated to the sight of puffy gray clouds lined with pink from the rising sun—and forecasters said those clouds will likely bring rain to the Bay Area this week.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for interior valleys in the North Bay and a frost advisory for low-lying spots in the East Bay.
Another PG&E gas transmission pipeline is raising eyebrows, this time in Palo Alto. The trouble spot is about 1.5 miles of pipeline 109, which runs along Arastradero Road between Middlefield and Alma.
Throughout the year, sales tents have been popping up around Vallejo with people selling everything from Giants t-shirts to fruits and vegetables.