This is taken from today's newspaper
Downtown San Francisco may see its first snowfall in more than 30 years this week.
The National Weather Service says a weather system bearing down on the San Francisco Bay area is bringing cold temperatures and precipitation.
Showers are expected to begin on Thursday and continue through Friday, with a chance of showers on Saturday as well. Forecasters say the temperature in San Francisco Bay area will drop into the 30s on Friday and Saturday nights.
That likely means snow at higher elevations and could even bring snow to downtown San Francisco.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Austin Cross tells The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa it hasn't snowed in downtown San Francisco since 1976.
The Bay area has already seen snow on some of its mountain peaks after a storm last week.