San Francisco: Dry, Sunny Conditions Ahead

By Katy Galimberti, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
July 10, 2014; 4:51 AM ET
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San Francisco has an extended amount of sunshine and pleasant temperatures ahead.

After morning clouds and fog lift in the afternoon, the next several days will reach temperatures in the lower 70s. Overnight lows will hover in the upper 50s.

There should be breezes around the 10-mph mark.

Temperatures should be consistent with normal averages. The record high for this week is 97 degrees, set in 1959.

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For fans headed to AT&T Park for the last two games of the Athletics vs. Giants four-game series, weather should be favorable and comfortable, though slightly chilly into the night.

With no rain predicted in the forecast, much of California remains in a severe drought. San Francisco is in exceptional drought, according to the Drought Monitor. It could be weeks before rainfall is expected for the Bay Area.

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