It was another overcast day as I headed south down the coast from Portland. You can see from the GPS that my ETA was just after 7 PM, and that is exactly what time I arrived in San Mateo.
On the photo on the left above, you can see fog hanging right on the mountain sides. I was worried that I was going to run into snow, but the coldest that the temperature got in Siskiyou Pass was 37F/3C so I was OK. There was snow right on the edge of the road, but nothing on the road. I passed several signs which said "Carry Chains" - and I knew that both sets of my chains were safely in the garage! You can see how nice the weather was as I entered California and had to declare that I had no fruit in the car.
As I departed Oregon and entered California, I was just about at the end of the nasty weather. You can see that just past Mt Shasta, there is a glimmer of light from the sun making its way through the clouds.