Temperatures were expected to drop below freezing in some parts of the Bay Area Wednesday night.
Cold temperatures are expected to continue through Monday and some parts of the Bay Area will hit freezing tonight and Sunday night
Bay Area residents felt biting cold temperatures again on Thursday as a cold snap led to traffic mishaps, airport delays and increased concern over Northern California’s citrus crop.
Bay Area temperatures hit the lowest levels of the season Wednesday and werre likely to dip even further, with the region remaining unusually cold through next Wednesday.
People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
Not a single snow flake could be found in the Santa Cruz Mountains Thursday morning, despite some chilly overnight temperatures.
Blankets are being handed out to the homeless in the South Bay with a freeze warning in effect.
A freeze warning was in effect for many portions of the Bay Area Friday morning as cold weather dips below 32 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
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.