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.
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.
As intense thunderstorms rattled over the San Diego area, one driver was alarmed as a falling tree slammed into his vehicle while driving along a crowded highway.
Temperatures will be on the rise across the Northeast this week and continue into the upcoming weekend.
A pattern change will usher in cooler air and rain to the Northwest this week.
Heavy, gusty thunderstorms will affect parts of the central and southern Rockies to the High Plains into Monday night.
Fung-wong brings flooding rainfall across Philippines and Taiwan, at least 11 dead.
At the time, Hugo was ranked as the costliest hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland, with damages totaling $7 billion (1989 USD/$13.43 billion 2014 USD), until Andrew in 1992.
New England (1961)
Hurricane Esther made a 350-mile circle south of Cape Cod from Sept. 21-25. It later passed over Cape Cod and hit Maine.
Sacramento, CA (1984)
90 degrees F.; record 105th day of 90 degrees or higher this year.
Columbus, GA (1990)
Record 22 days of 90 degrees or higher in September at Columbus. Longest stretch on record.