Bay Area Could See Dry, Mild Weather Through The Next Week

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The San Francisco Bay Area is expected to experience dry, mild weather through the week, with the temperature slightly colling off near the weekend, the National Weather Service said.

The weather agency said the region would see rain from Friday night until Saturday night. They advised residents to expect possible unsettled conditions continuing until early next week.

Cool Temperatures in the Bay Area

San Franciscans can expect a high-pressure system off the West Coast to sweep through California and bring dry weather for the majority of the workweek. Temperatures could reach the high 50s to lower 60s at the coast, while inland residents could see between 60s and 70s.

“Today, it’s pretty close to normal on the coast and about 5 degrees above normal inland.” Anna Schneider of the weather service said.

Rain and cooler temperatures could spread across the West Coast on Friday due to a trough of low-pressure weather. “It looks like we’ll get something out of this system, but it doesn’t look like substantial rain. The highest amount will be over the North Bay and Santa Cruz Mountains, Friday through Saturday evening,” Schneider said.

On Friday, the North Bay could see temperatures cooling down. On Saturday, residents could experience even cooler temperatures as the trough moves across the region with expected 50s to 60s through the weekend, the San Francisco Gate reported.

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