The National Meteorological Service lifted a thick fog warning issued for Marin County, North Bay Valley, North Salinas Valley and Monterey Bay on Sunday morning.

Lows Tuesday and Wednesday will be in San Francisco, with 39, San Jose, with 33, and Livermore with 30.

Visibility is likely to be a quarter or less mile, according to the report, which was released at 4.18am in the day on Sunday.

The forecast in the Bay Area predicts temperatures cooling overnight on Sunday and rapidly changing weather by Monday

Most places, East of Big Sur, anticipate 2 to 3 inches of snow, and at higher elevations up to 5 inches of snow can be found in the Salinas Valley.

A dry cold front Friday with gale-force winds will bring colder air into the Bay Area through Monday evening.

A dry cold front will approach the region on Monday, bringing cooler temperatures from San Francisco with a probability of rain going south Tuesday.


San Francisco Bay Area

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The San Francisco Bay Area, popularly referred to as the Bay Area, is a populous region surrounding the San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun Bay estuaries in Northern California. (wikipedia)


National Weather Service Chicago, Illinois

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