After baking heat across the San Francisco area last week, cooler air and seasonable temperatures are in store through the rest of this week.
Sunny skies and pleasant conditions are expected Thursday through Sunday with the highs rising into the low 70s.
It will make for a great weekend for any outdoor activities including the San Francisco City Guides free walking tours.
The downside to all the sunshine will be no rain to help with the extreme drought.
San Francisco has only received a trace of rain so far in May, as of Sunday. No rain is expected for the foreseeable future.
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