A freeze warning for Sonoma County has been issued by the National Weather Service, with temperatures early Wednesday morning expected to dip into the upper-20s in the valleys, weather officials said Tuesday.
The county’s mountain areas should be slightly less cold, with temperatures between the mid-30s to around freezing, said Rick Canepa, a weather service meteorologist.
The freezing temperatures are caused by another cold front coming from Siberia, he said. The freeze warning has been issued for between 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday.
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