Steady rain brought in by a cold front is dampening the San Francisco Bay Area, where cold temperatures and on-and-off showers are expected through at least Christmas.
The National Weather Service said Sunday the cold front will continue to move southward through Sunday, when about a quarter inch of rainfall is forecast.
Scattered showers are also forecast for Monday morning, when a winter storm warning will be in effect in the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite to Kings Canyon.
The service says the Sierra Nevada will get more snow as a new wave of winter-like storms push through California.
It issued a warning for heavy snow above 7,000 feet, saying most of the snow in Yosemite will fall Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning.
— TerryMcSweeney (@TerryMcSweeney) December 21, 2015