Temperatures will remain seasonable amid sunny skies heading into the weekend for San Francisco area residents.
Saturday will see temperatures stay in the mid-60s through the day with mostly sunny skies.
Overnight temperatures through Sunday will stay in the 50s with clear skies.
For those traveling for Mother’s Day or planning outdoor activities, good conditions are in store for Sunday with highs approaching the 70s with partly sunny skies.
Looking ahead to the start of next week, the gradual warmup continues with temperatures moving above 70 F mark beginning Monday and rising through midweek.
At midweek, temperatures are expected to near the 90 F mark before dropping back down into the 70s by the weekend.
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A storm which will bring the risk of flooding downpours early this week.
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