The cold snap will begin Tuesday evening, and by Wednesday, it should be "very, very cold," the newspaper says.
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Of course, we really can't complain too much in beautiful NorCal...The rest of the country is about to get deep-freezed, according to Accu-Weather.
Life-threatening cold is plunging into the Rockies and the Plains, according to Justin Roberti of AccuWeather.com.
storm currently producing flooding rains and heavy snow in the Pacific
Northwest will eject into the Plains early this week allowing arctic air
to spill southward from Canada," he said.
"Temperatures by Wednesday and Thursday won't rise above zero in parts of North Dakota and Montana while overnight lows approach 30 F below zero," he said. "This cold outbreak will mark the coldest weather of the season for much of the western two-thirds of the nation.
"Not only will extreme cold spill into the Plains and parts of the West, but a fresh snowpack will develop after the aforementioned storm moves through the Plains," he added.
"Snowfall amounts through Monday night will approach a foot in parts of the northern Rockies while a swath of 3- to 6-inch accumulations build along the U.S./Canada border," Roberti said.
"Additionally, a round of heavier snow is likely for Montana, the Dakotas and Minnesota on Tuesday. Cities such as Fargo, N.D., International Falls, Minn., and Duluth, Minn. could receive in excess of 6 additional inches of snow Tuesday and Tuesday night."