The next few days will feature a good deal of sunshine and mild temperatures for San Francisco.
High pressure will keep the rain away from northern California through at least Tuesday. A good deal of sun will shine through Tuesday as well.
The air will turn progressively milder through Monday with a high in the lower 60s expected on Sunday. Temperatures on Monday will approach the mid 60s thanks to an offshore flow keeping the cool Pacific air away.
Tuesday will be similar to Sunday with highs in the lower 60s.
Highs in the 50s will return for Wednesday and Thursday. Dry weather will prevail each of these days.
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Showers will return early in the week with milder, drier weather is in store for the weekend.
With below-average temperatures in recent weeks, Detroit will see warmer, milder weather as temperatures begin to rise early next week.
After a brief bout with cooler air over the weekend, temperatures will rise back into the 40s early next week.
Recent snow and wind combined with mild air on Saturday will set the stage for avalanches into Monday.
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Brinkley, AR (1909)
Tornado killed 49 and caused $600,000 worth of property damage.
Philadelphia, PA (1960)
Record low of 14 degrees -- 2nd day of 3 consecutive record lows, and 1 of 4 set during March 1960.
Philadelphia, PA (1941)
8.0" of snow.