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Santa Clara County opens inclement weather shelters for weekend storm

Santa Clara County inclement weather shelters will be open Friday through Sunday morning due to continuing rain and cold temperatures.

A full list of available shelters throughout the county is available here.

Those looking for more information can also call 2-1-1 for county health and human services info 24-hours a day.

The National Weather Service reports high chances of showers in San Jose through Friday night before 5 a.m. Saturday, with low temps in the 50s and southeast winds 10 to 13 mph and gusts up to 33 mph.

Rain is also expected Saturday until about 4 p.m. with a low of 49 later that night.

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The county also operates a homeless helpline for those not in San Jose during normal business hours at (408) 793-0550.

HomeFirst in San Jose operates its own helpline at (408) 510-7600. Homeless individuals can also register for text messages about services by texting BADWEATHER to 888777, and can email the HomeFirst helpline at [email protected]

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Santa Clara County opens inclement weather shelters for weekend storm

Uploaded: Fri, Dec 6, 2019, 3:36 pm

Santa Clara County inclement weather shelters will be open Friday through Sunday morning due to continuing rain and cold temperatures.

A full list of available shelters throughout the county is available here.

Those looking for more information can also call 2-1-1 for county health and human services info 24-hours a day.

The National Weather Service reports high chances of showers in San Jose through Friday night before 5 a.m. Saturday, with low temps in the 50s and southeast winds 10 to 13 mph and gusts up to 33 mph.

Rain is also expected Saturday until about 4 p.m. with a low of 49 later that night.

The county also operates a homeless helpline for those not in San Jose during normal business hours at (408) 793-0550.

HomeFirst in San Jose operates its own helpline at (408) 510-7600. Homeless individuals can also register for text messages about services by texting BADWEATHER to 888777, and can email the HomeFirst helpline at [email protected]

— Bay City News Service

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