Dusting of snow in higher elevations, rest of the North Bay will see scattered rain and cold temperatures Tuesday

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Sonoma County saw scattered showers, a bit of freezing rain and a dusting of snow Monday and Tuesday morning as California’s highest mountains were buried by more than 3 feet of new snow, closing highways and stranding holiday travelers.

After a weekend of on-and-off rain, meteorologists say North Bay Area residents can expect more showers through Wednesday and much colder daytime temperatures — in the 30s through much of the week.

Mount St. Helena, the region’s highest peak at 4,342 feet, recorded up to 6 inches of snow and is set to receive another 6 inches over the next three days, said Roger Gass, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.

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