Freezing temperatures continue in the Bay Area

Frozen fountains at Absolute Home & Garden in Sebastopol (Photo courtesy of Randy Rufenacht)

December 9, 2009 12:00:00 AM PST
It's going to be another night of frigid weather in the Bay Area, with the real chance of some freezing rain.

Eighteen flights from Oakland were cancelled due to weather this morning, and seven planes leaving San Jose had to be de-iced.

In Santa Rosa, a water pipe broke this morning at a Catholic church office, flooding the carpeted floors inside. The building was evacuated briefly, and the fire department helped clean up.

You're likely to wake up to a fresh layer of frost on your windshield Thursday, as was the case in Novato this morning where it got down to 23 degrees overnight.

Temperatures are expected to go up a few degrees as the week progresses, but we've had three very chilly mornings like this now, and it's not over yet.

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