Record low temperatures combined with light rain to bring a dusting of snow around the Bay Area Friday night and early Saturday morning, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
Clearing skies and cold air greeted the Bay Area Friday morning following the latest downpour overnight Thursday, with the anticipation of snow in low-lying areas still in the forecast.
The city will open several warming centers Saturday and Sunday during the chilliest parts of the cold snap, officials said.
While there may not be a snow day in downtown San Francisco, residents in the city’s highest elevations could catch glimpses of snowflakes.
The cold weather hitting the Bay Area this weekend with promises of snow-capped mountains could turn into a killing freeze for local growers rushing to protect what’s in and above the ground.
Cold, wet weather will once again put an icy grip on the Bay Area as we head toward this weekend, bringing with it a chance that San Francisco could see some snow.
Downtown San Francisco may see its first snowfall in more than 30 years this week.
The recent cold snap has San Francisco’s homeless trying anything they can to stay warm.