After a recent surge of warmer weather, temperatures have returned to closer to normal for San Francisco this week.
After a high temperature of 86 was recorded on May 1 at San Francisco International Airport, highs this week will stay in the low to mid-60s.
Temperatures will recover to near seasonable by Wednesday with partly sunny skies.
Thursday will be partly sunny with cloudy conditions. However, in the evening, it will become cloudy with a couple of showers early in the evening.
Looking ahead to the weekend, conditions stay the same with highs reaching the upper 60s Saturday and mostly sunny skies.
Overnight lows through Friday will stay in the 50s.
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At least eight people are dead after a Cuban military plane crashed in western Cuba on Saturday.
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