SAN JOSE -- Keep those scarves, sweaters and slickers handy.
A cold front that moved through the Bay Area Tuesday night and Wednesday morning didn't drop a lot of rain, but scattered showers may pop up across the region for the rest of the day and into the evening, forecasters said, and the Bay Area is likely heading into the coldest night of the season so far.
Tilden Park led the East Bay, showing about .28 inches in the 24 hours leading up to 8 a.m. Wednesday, according to Diana Henderson, a forecaster at the National Weather Service. In the South Bay, Morgan Hill showed a 24-hour rain total of .25 inches.
Even as the scattered showers give way to dry skies Wednesday night, however, "it's gonna get chillier," Henderson said. "Everybody's going to get colder."
Overnight lows will drop into the high 30s and low 40s for much of the region, she added. Temperatures will creep up through the end of the week, with daytime highs approaching 60 degrees and lows probably reaching above 40 degrees.
More rain will move in Saturday night and Sunday morning, Henderson said.