Rare Snowfall Creates Winter Wonderland On Bay Area Peaks | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Rare Snowfall Creates Winter Wonderland On Bay Area Peaks

Some wild and unusually cold weather on Monday night was turning many Bay Area peaks white as a rare snowfall hit the region.

The latest storm system accompanied by a blast of frosty Canadian air found snow falling Mount Diablo, Mount St. Helena and Mount Hamilton earlier in the day. By nightfall, measurable snow was dusting trees in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

The chilly weather also lead to widespread hailstorms across the Bay Area, with reports of hail in San Francisco, the North Bay and several parts of the East Bay.

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