Showers, snow forecasted for Bay Area this weekend

Scattered showers are expected to continue through the weekend and temperatures are expected to dip low enough Saturday to see snow in some snow of the higher Bay Area elevations. 

A rainy weekend is ahead for the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Scattered storms are expected to continue Friday night and into Saturday, bringing with them the potential for lightning strikes and hailstorms, according to the National Weather Service. Hail was reported in Oakland Friday afternoon.

A high surf advisory is in effect until 9 p.m. Saturday.

Temperatures will then drop, and North Bay elevations above 3,000 feet will likely see snow Saturday night into Sunday. 

The Santa Lucia Mountains in the Monterey Bay area may get up to a foot of snow, and Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County could see up to 6 inches, weather officials said.

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Things should dry out Sunday and into Monday, but temperatures will still be cold, with inland lows in the low 30s.

The weekend precipitation is not expected to cause flooding. Stay updated with the new KTVU weather app. 

KTVU reported this story from Oakland.