Warming centers in the Bay Area are opening their doors this weekend as the region prepares for a cold spell that could bring temperatures down into the 30s.
The National Weather Service issued a freeze watch for most of the Bay Area from Sunday night into Monday morning, prompting officials from municipal and county governments to urge people to take precautions and seek shelter from the cold if they need it.
And in Marin County, officials activated an emergency shelter in response to the warning, where residents can seek shelter from the cold on Sunday and Monday night.
In Santa Clara County, libraries and community centers will be operating
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