SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
The National Weather Service says temperatures late Saturday and early Sunday dropped into the 20s in some San Francisco Bay area locations.
In the East Bay city of Walnut Creek, forecasters reported an overnight low of 23 degrees, while in the Santa Clara County community of Scotts Valley, the temperature dropped to 26.
Forecasters say even with sunshine in the forecast for Sunday, temperatures across the Bay Area are expected to only get up into the upper 40s or low 50s.
Meanwhile, in the Sierra Nevada temperatures plunged below zero overnight.
Forecasters say high temperatures across the Sierra will be in the 20s during the day Sunday, before dropping below zero again Sunday night.