But according to NBC Bay Area meteorologist Rob Mayeda we should keep those hatches battened in preparation of what's still to come.
He calls the system headed our way "Air Canada." Mayeda says a pool of continental polar air will spill down the California coast early Tuesday bringing a system that is already dropping snow all over the Puget Sound area of Seattle. The air mass should warm slightly by the time it reaches us - but it will be enough to support another round of low snow levels and the possibility of record breaking cold temperatures.
The forecast dips to the 30s for Wednesday and even lower in to the 20s on Thanksgiving.
Of course this will have an impact on travel. As you go over the river and through the woods, watch out for icy patches. It is also cold enough that Bay Area airports may be forced to break out the de-icing machines, which will slow air travel.