Home » National Weather Service Issues Freeze Warning For Parts Of The Bay Area

National Weather Service Issues Freeze Warning For Parts Of The Bay Area


The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for North Bay valleys and inland parts of Monterey and San Benito counties for Friday night and Saturday morning.

Temperatures are expected to dip below 32 degrees for those areas, creating dangerous conditions for homeless populations, as well as pets, plants and exposed pipes.

A slow warming trend is forecast for the beginning of next week, with highs topping out in the low 60s, but a freeze watch will remain in effect late Saturday night and Sunday morning.

For the next several days, the region will also experience mostly sunny skies, while rain isn’t expected to return until possibly Dec. 16 or 17.



Original G December 8, 2023 - 6:14 PM - 6:14 PM

Low wind speed means will likely hear from baaqmd.
Ten day forecast for Clayton.
Good idea to get gas out of garden equipment and run ’em dry to save carburetor and fuel line replacing next spring.

Reasonable December 9, 2023 - 7:02 AM - 7:02 AM

I use a lot to see all kinds of local weather close to where I live, especially the rain guages. Good post Original G.

Captain Bebops December 9, 2023 - 12:02 PM - 12:02 PM

What happens when vain scientists mess with the ecosystem. This kind of weather used to happen around here in late January and early February.

nytemuvr December 9, 2023 - 4:24 PM - 4:24 PM

@CAPTAIN BEBOPS…..I have noticed more “chemtrails” than usual this year, better make my foil hat two-ply.

Captain Bebops December 10, 2023 - 9:16 AM - 9:16 AM

They were very busy Saturday morning spreading their artificial cirrus clouds. Apparently they tell the crews that they are helping prevent global warming. Let’s see Al predicted global warming while a 2003 Pentagon study concluded we are in for a small ice age. Place your bets now.
Those who think that chemtrails are a conspiracy theory haven’t done their homework.

Comments are closed.



Subscribe to our newsletter!

Latest News

© Copyright 2023 Claycord News & Talk