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Christmas Day Stocking Stuffer: More Rain Expected Throughout Holiday Weekend

  • Rain is expected to continue today and early next week. The frontal boundary from this current storm is pushing across the area on Christmas day, with the potential for heavy rains and hail (and even snow) in parts of the Bay Area. Thunderstorms were recorded early this morning in Sonoma County due to strong winds and rain in the Wine Country. [SFGate/NWS]
  • If you are really witty about what to do today, you can see this burning digital Yule log. [ABC7]
  • ICYMI: Some Bay Area holiday pop-up bars will open late today to serve Christmas-themed liquor after all gifts have been unpacked. [Hoodline]
  • RIP, Rivoli (although unlike one of the freelance writers, I hope the gift card wasn’t given the day before the once-loved East Bay restaurant closed). [Berkeleyside]
  • Did you know that the annual Ratquess Ball will be held on Christmas Eve in San Francisco? [Mission Local]
  • Special thanks for this year’s Christmas gifts. Many of them could have cost an average of 17% higher than they were before the pandemic. [The Balance]
  • Far from the miracle of Christmas day: A long-standing drought in Ankara Fantica National Park in Madagascar has created an “unprecedented” wildfire. This is a flame that threatens the existence of the most endangered lemur known in science. [Mongabay]
  • And the majority of us can probably agree that 15% of unvaccinated adults in this country deserve only a lump of coal in their 2021 Christmas stockings. [New York Times]

Photo: Getty Images / Vitalii Petrushenko

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