It was a white day after Christmas excessive atop Mount Hamilton on Sunday as a minimum of six inches of snow fell.
The Lick Observatory was coated in white powder on the mountain’s 4,265-foot summit as kids sledded down the hillside, threw big snowballs and a person cradled his calico cat in his coat to maintain it heat.
Nearer to the coast, on-and-off rain showers are forecast to proceed sweeping throughout the Bay Space for a minimum of the following couple days, and lots of different peaks throughout the area might see a number of inches of snow early this week, Nationwide Climate Service meteorologist Roger Gaas mentioned. For instance, as much as six inches of snow might fall on Mt. Diablo.
Flurries additionally might even fly in some Bay Space communities, although forecasters are nonetheless not sure whether or not the storm could have sufficient moisture for that to occur.
“It’s going to be chilly for the remainder of the week and into the New 12 months,” Nationwide Climate Service meteorologist Gaas mentioned.
Employees reporter Jakob Rodgers contributed to this report.