Yes, that's snow and yes, that's Berkeley.
Yep. That was the case.
The Bay Area should get nature's version of a breather with a cloudy day Wednesday, but it's going to be downright cold - and the break from weather systems that have dusted local peaks with snow could be short-lived.
For now, "the brunt of it is over," National Weather Service forecaster Diana Henderson said today.
The brunt left a couple of inches of snow on Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County and sprinkled flakes as low as 1,000 feet early this morning. There was snow in Tilden Park and elsewhere in the Berkeley hills, on Mount Tamalpais and in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
A few weeks ago I was mocking a friend on the East Coast for how cold and lame their winter was, while I was in short sleeves.
Nature, she is a cruel mistress.