Cold, rainy weather in the Bay Area – NBC Bay Area


A cold weather system relocating right into the Bay Area from the Gulf of Alaska is bringing freezing temperature levels, rainfall, wind and the opportunity for snow over 2,000 feet today, according to the National Weather Service.

Tuesday early morning is anticipated to start with temperature levels that depend on 10 levels listed below what they were Monday and lows Tuesday and Wednesday need to float in the mid 30s to reduced 40s.

As the week proceeds, individuals can anticipate windy winds, high browse along the shore and durations of modest rains, with approximately 2 inches of rainfall building up at reduced altitudes with Sunday, according to the Weather Service.

Most of the rainfall is anticipated to drop in between Friday and Saturday and the cold system might go down snow degrees to some ridgetops around the area, specifically in the East Bay’s Diablo Range and the Santa Lucias along the Central Coast.

The Weather Service released a frost advisory for Monday evening and right into Tuesday early morning for the North Bay and the seaside range of mountains.

While the total rainfall quantities aren’t anticipated to total up to much in the Bay Area, the University of California, Berkley’s Central Sierra Snow Lab is anticipating approximately 9 feet of snow as the system relocates right into the hills Thursday with Sunday.

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