SAN FRANCISCO — A wintry storm drenched the San Francisco Bay area and dropped up to a foot of snow in some areas of California's Sierra Nevada, raising hopes of a white Thanksgiving holiday in the mountains.
National Weather Service forecaster Karl Swanberg says a winter storm warning will be in effect through Wednesday afternoon.
Swanberg says between 8 and 13 inches of snow had fallen in the Sugar Bowl resort near Truckee in the Sierra Nevada.
Lake and ground level areas reported about 4 inches of snow Tuesday.
Swanberg says more snow is expected through Wednesday.
State troopers responded to multiple accidents on I-80 near Donner Pass southwest of Truckee, California, but no serious injuries were reported.
The cold front is expected to run its course by Thanksgiving, when cold but clear-and-dry weather is forecast.