After a dying cold front dropped morning rain showers on San Francisco late in the week, more showers are on the way after a drier weekend.
Skies will remain mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers Sunday and Monday.
As the week moves forward, temperatures will remain in the low 60s for much of the week.
Nighttime lows will hover in the mid- to upper 40s throughout the workweek. During the day, breaks of sun and partly cloudy skies can be expected through midweek as the weekend approaches.
As the cloud cover dissipates Thursday, sunshine will return in full later in the week with mostly sunny skies for the weekend.
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Typhoon Lan is expected to strengthen before threatening Japan into this weekend and early next week.
Wet weather could lead to delays in the South and Northwest this weekend, while many top teams will play in ideal mid-October weather.
While most of the games in week 7 won't deal with inclement weather, fans in a few cities may want to have rain gear.
A brief, but major change to autumn weather in the southern United States will be accompanied by a dose of heavy rain and thunderstorms by early next week.
Accumulated cyclone energy, or ACE, measures the strength of hurricanes and tropical storms over their duration, allowing meteorologists to compare different storms and seasons.
Following a quiet start to the week, damp and unsettled weather that swept back into the Pacific Northwest at midweek will stick around through the weekend.
While some locations continue rebuild after Ophelia, Brian will target the British Isles with wind and rain into Saturday.