SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — This is spring in the Bay Area — you see the blooms but some are not feeling the spring fever.
“It doesn’t really feel like spring right now,” said Santa Cruz resident Alexa Doty. Doty had a long drive up to the peninsula. “It took me four hours to get here from Santa Cruz. There was like three accidents, yeah I feel like winter hasn’t gotten the message that it’s over. I feel like I’m really ready for spring and it’s not coming through,” she said.
We saw dry conditions in South San Francisco Friday evening, but more rain is expected in the forecast.
The National Weather Service says a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the region friday resulting in widespread rainfall through the night.
Some are welcoming the unsettled weather.
“This is the Bay Area, we need it so we’re California drought, we need it, we need it, we need it, yes,” said South San Francisco resident Annie Goldstein.
Others are craving more sunshine.
“I like the rain, don’t get me wrong with all the drought, I think we really need it. But I think it’s a little too much now. It’s spring it’s supposed to be sunny and warm but if we need it then why not,” said Tricia Mateo, another resident of South San Francisco.
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