Last weekend, snow blanketed the Bay Area’s highest peaks, dusting Mount Tamalpais and Mount Diablo as it descended to elevations of 1,500 feet. The storm system dumped about 4 inches of rain on San Francisco.
Benjamin said the coming front would drop snow at even lower elevations, but added that predictions of snow below 1,000 feet would be “hit or miss.”
The weather service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow in the North Bay mountains from 4 p.m. Thursday to 10 a.m. Friday. Snow accumulations of 1 inch down to 1,000 feet with 2 to 4 inches above 1,500 feet elevation. Six inches or more for the higher hills above 2,500 feet...
I have a sneaking suspicion that Al Gore is visiting the area.
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"Warmal colding" - pure genius! Thanks for making my day. I hope you don't mind if I borrow that from time to time (with proper credit, of course!)
I wish I could take credit for that! I read it somewhere!
It is polite all residents of the San Francisco Bay Area, to use the correct name - "San Francisco." Locally, we just shorten that to "The City" or "SF."
Don't call it "Frisco" - that's a ski resort in Colorado.
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