If you needed another reminder that winter is still with us, Mother Nature is ready to oblige this week with cold temperatures that will linger around the Bay Area through Thursday before two storm systems hit the region heading into the weekend.

Overnight temperatures Wednesday morning will remain dangerous for unsheltered people, with lows forecast in the 30s in some parts of the North Bay and interior valleys. A frost advisory is also in effect for parts of the East Bay on Wednesday.

Coastal areas should see slightly warmer temperatures compared to earlier in the week, with a forecasted low of 41 degrees in San Francisco on Wednesday night and 47 degrees Thursday, when rain is forecast to hit.

The first rainstorm should arrive Thursday after 4 p.m. and continue through Friday, followed by a brief lull before the second storm descends late Saturday.

There will be less impacts from the wet weather than a previous series of storms that came through the region in late December and earlier this month, according to Alexis Clouser, a National Weather Service meteorologist.

“Soils are still quite wet but have had a two-week drying period,” Clouser said. “We’re not concerned with any flooding or anything like that. The totals for these next storms are quite low compared to what we saw in early January.”

Most areas should expect less than an inch of rain from the first storm, Clouser said, but some mountain areas could see as high as 1.5 inches. Clouser said details for the storm arriving Saturday are still developing.