Pacific Northwest Cold Front to Bring Cooler Temperatures and Rain to the Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The National Weather Service has reported that a cold front originating from the Pacific Northwest is poised to sweep into the Bay Area, ushering in cooler temperatures and the possibility of rain in the coming days.

The North Bay, particularly the northern and coastal regions of Sonoma County, is anticipated to witness widespread showers with rainfall amounts of up to a quarter-inch commencing late on Sunday and extending through Tuesday.

Across the broader Bay Area, residents can expect scattered showers over the same timeframe, with rainfall predictions ranging from .01 inches to .15 inches, as indicated by the weather service.

Should these forecasts materialize, it would mark the first significant rainfall event for the region since May.

Over the next few days, residents can anticipate temperatures remaining below the usual norms, with daytime highs reaching the mid to upper 70s for inland areas and settling in the low 60s along the coastal regions.

As for nighttime temperatures, the weather service forecasts lows in the upper 40s to mid 50s, ensuring a noticeable shift in the prevailing climate conditions.