Snow in San Francisco this weekend?


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It was over 3 decades ago when an inch of snow was measured on Feb. 5, 1976, in San Francisco.

Measurable snow levels have only been recorded 11 times in San Francisco since 1856.

New reports show that it is very likely San Francisco residents will see snow this weekend.

The storm which passed through San Francisco last weekend brought a dusting of snow and is now expected to push snow to sea level elevations.

The prediction is, that late Friday night, the temperature will drop to the high 30s after the rain falls during the day.

Then, forecasters believe that there should be snow everywhere including the financial district by Saturday. This will only happen if it continues to rain through Friday.

If the latest report is correct, it is very possible that other cities such as Los Angeles and Las Vegas in the Southwest will see snow this weekend.

As Bay Area citizens as well as Carlmont students hope for the snow, all we can do is wait and see what happens.

(Feature image courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle)

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