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After a dying cold front dropped morning rain showers on San Francisco late in the week, drier weather is set to return by the weekend.
While some clouds will remain in the skies, breaks of sun will come Friday and stay throughout the weekend.
Highs in the mid-60s will remain throughout the weekend even as another cold front approaches.
Temperatures will stay in the high 40s and low 50s throughout the evenings, before cooler air hits the city Sunday.
The next chance of rain for the city is forecast to arrive for Sunday as a cold front nears the area.
With the exception of some lingering showers around for Monday, dry weather looks to return to the area through at least the middle of next week.
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Residents across the north-central United States will need to be on alert for damaging thunderstorms to erupt on Thursday afternoon and evening.
It will be a tale of two forecasts in the western U.S. this coming weekend as storms dampen the Northwest but heat and drought persist in the Southwest.
The recent warm spell across Germany will continue into the upcoming weekend.
El sistema continuará generando períodos de fuertes lluvias en partes de Florida y partes del sureste de Estados Unidos durante los próximos días.
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Scientists continue to link new environmental changes to rising global temperatures.
A newly developed tropical system in the Arabian Sea is expected to intensify in the coming days and make landfall in the Arabian Peninsula later this week.