Frosty Start to Wednesday, Rain on Friday

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Meteorologist Christina Loren has your Bay Area weather forecast.

    It sure was a frigid start to Wednesday morning, with some spots in the Bay Area dipping down to the 20s.

    A freeze warning was in effect for the North Bay, but even on the Peninsula, and parts of the East and South bays, folks woke up to temperatures in the 30s. Many cars were dusted with frost and ice before the sun came up.

    As Wednesday progresses, skies will clear, but temperatures will struggle to hit the low 50s.

    Bay Area Freeze Warning & 20s

    [BAY] Bay Area Freeze Warning & 20s
    A polar blast of air over the West will drop temperatures to some of the lowest widespread temperatures in recent memory. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri is tracking the Freeze Warning & Frost Advisory.

    On Thursday, there will be a few areas of patchy frost, and be similar to Wednesday. Friday should see periods of rain.

    Follow NBC BAY AREA for the latest news, weather, and events: iPad App | iPhone App | Android App | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | RSS | Text Alerts | Email Alerts