• A huge cold front that’s expected to eventually affect much of the nation is anticipated to roll into the Bay Area from the Pacific Northwest this afternoon, with wind advisories starting around 1 p.m., and the real nasty stuff expected to start Wednesday. Cold air, wind, and rain are expected through Saturday, with one climate scientist claiming below that “nearly [the] entire population of CA will be able to see snow from some vantage point later this week.” (Which… we’ll see.)  [KPIX]
  • A 100-year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run accident blocks from Lake Merritt around 7 a.m. Sunday morning at 19th and Harrison Streets. The man’s identity has not been released as authorities are still notifying next-of-kin, but the suspect vehicle is described as a “tan or white Mini Cooper.” [Chronicle]
  • 14-term East Bay representative Barbara Lee officially announced she’s running for Dianne Feinstein’s Senate seat in 2024. The announcement was entirely expected, and she already had a Chronicle podcast recorded when she made the announcement, but if elected, Lee would be the only Black woman currently in the Senate. [CNN]
  • That Washington High School athletic director who was accused of sexual abuse but allowed to quietly resign wasn’t the only one, as a public records request shows at least 19 SFUSD employees were allowed to resign  or retire amidst such allegations since 2017. [SF Standard]
  • A scooter rider was injured in a hit-and-run Sunday night at Geary Boulevard and Larkin Street, and while police give chase, it’s unclear if the suspect was apprehended. [KTVU]
  • More refinery and gas trouble in the East Bay, as Robert Semple Elementary School in Benicia was locked down Friday over a suspected gas leak from the nearby Valero oil storage tank farm. [Benicia Daily Republic]

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