San Francisco: Seasonable Conditions Through Friday

By Brian Lada, Meteorologist
July 19, 2014; 12:41 AM ET
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After above-normal temperatures kicked off the week, temperatures will return closer to normal for this time of year in San Francisco.

The average temperature for San Francisco for the middle of July is 72 F.

These seasonable temperatures are expected to stick around through the weekend.

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Dry conditions will also continue through the week around San Francisco which is not uncommon for July.

The last time that San Francisco received measurable precipitation in July was back in 2007 when the city recorded 0.01 of an inch of rain.

While typical for this time of year, the dry weather is not good for the extreme drought being experienced across much of California.

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