Snow in the Bay Area? You Betcha

Snow fell enough to stick in some very usual places Monday.

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Cheryl Hurd
This photo was taken along Patterson Pass Road outside Livermore.
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Cheryl Hurd
This is a picture of the snow in the Livermore valley. Hopefully those vines are dormant.
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Alan Waples
Driving on Highway 17 often feels dangerous, but when you add snow to the mix it goes to a new level.
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AP
This is a pond near Summit Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains. It was about one-third frozen.
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Alan Waples
The snow came down like a blizzard at one point Monday morning along the Summit.
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Cheryl Hurd
The snow survived past sunrise.
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Cheryl Hurd
It is very rare for snow to fall at this level.
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Christie Smith
Hopefully the postal carrier who delivers to this Bay Area home stands by the saying "Neither rain nor sleet nor snow."
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Cheryl Hurd
You can see you can prove it snowed "more than an inch" after seeing this photo.
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Cheryl Hurd
It's a winter wonderland!
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Monica Garske
This is Rob Mayeda's dog Riley getting used to the white stuff in the San Ramon hills.
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We are betting people did not order many iced drinks at this Orinda Starbucks.
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Pink means snow and this is a radar map of the East Bay from Monday morning.
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Cheryl Hurd
This is a picture of Patterson Pass Road east of Livermore.
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Cheryl Hurd
Be a reporter in sunny California and be sure to bring your snow gear!
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Cheryl Hurd
NBC Bay Area photographer Rob Hughes at work.
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Paul Hudrick
Reporter Cheryl Hurd multi-tasking on the job.
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GaryBB
GaryBB sent us this photo from Walnut Creek.
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Gary Hall sent this in of his front yard in Orinda. Thanks Gary!
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Christie Smith
Tilden Park turned into a snow ball playground for these young ladies.
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Christie Smith
The family snow got in on the action of course.
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Getty Images
This little girl came prepared for the snow. She must have been watching the NBC Bay Area morning show.
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Cheryl Hurd
Cheryl Hurd took this photo of snow on a berry type plant in Livermore.
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Carlos DePavía
Here's another picture using the macro on her camera phone.
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