Sunshine Continues Heading Into Mid-October

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
October 18, 2013; 2:22 AM ET
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Sunny and dry weather will continue in San Francisco throughout the weekend and into next week.

Daytime temperatures will be in the high 60s and evening lows will linger around 50 degrees. Nighttime skies will remain clear for stargazers.

No rain is in the forecast through the weekend or next week.

This comes as good news for the city's residents as Sunday begins the first official weekend of ArtSpan/San Francisco Open Studios. ArtSpan is a month-long art event featuring the works of emerging and established San Francisco artists in their studios.

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A similar weather pattern is forecast to unfold next week as well, keeping the region dry, sunny and clear into mid-October.

The first chance for clouds will come on Thursday morning but will break for more sunshine in the afternoon.

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