The Bay Area is still cold. But a big warm-up is coming ahead of Christmas

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After a weekend filled with sunshine, Monday will be slightly cooler with more clouds. A low pressure system in the Pacific Ocean will move east into the Pacific Northwest states. This system will bring precipitation, clouds and cooler temperatures to Southern Oregon and far Northern California. The North Bay will be at the southern end of the storm, so a slight chance of showers is possible from Tuesday night into Wednesday.

The Bay Area is under a Spare the Air alert on Monday, as fine particles from wood smoke will be trapped near the ground and cannot blow out due to the relative lack of wind. It is illegal to burn wood indoors and outdoors.

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