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Let It Snow

The frigid front sweeping down from the Arctic has caused Bay Area residents to hold their breath in anticipation all week. Forecasters have been understandably vague about the likelihood of snow sticking at sea level, but it’s made for interesting conversation on the docks. Last night’s heavy rains and this morning’s relatively warm temps have got some wondering if the snow will ever fall but forecasters insist elevations of 1,000-1,500 feet will surely see some of the white stuff later today, and that there’s still hope that those on the water might see a few flakes.

If snow does fall on the Bay, and you’re on your boat or go out sailing in it, we’d love to see some photos. What a great excuse to get a bunch of friends together: a snow-sailing party!

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