San Francisco to Remain Sunny, Dry This Week

By Kristen Rodman, Staff Writer
January 15, 2014; 4:19 AM ET
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Upon breaking records Tuesday, San Francisco will remain sunny and mild for the week ahead.

On Tuesday, the city broke its high temperature record of 67 F set back in 1948, by reaching into the 70s.

More sunshine is on the way for the city throughout the week, as at least partly sunny skies will be present for this week and beyond.

Not even a slight chance for rain is in the forecast anytime soon, which will not help the dry conditions in the region.

Heading into mid-January, the city is on track to break its record for the least amount of rain in January, set back in 1920.

Temperatures will be consistently in the 60s every day for the rest of the week, the weekend and into next week.

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Overnight lows will near 50 F each night, accompanied by mostly clear skies.

Despite temperatures in the 60s during the daytime hours on Friday and Saturday, evening lows will dip into the low 40s, making for some chilly nights in the city.


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