The sun will remain a strong presence in San Francisco for the weekend.
Temperatures should rise into the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Fans heading to AT&T Park to see the Giants series against the Cincinnati Reds should enjoy comfortable weather though they may want to bring a light jacket as temperatures drop into the evening.
With sunny skies in the afternoon and only a few clouds moving in at night, Saturday's 7:05 p.m. game should see temperatures in the 60s by game time.
Overnight lows will consistently hover around the mid-50s. Morning clouds will generally break in the early afternoon to sunny skies.
Saturday could hit the 70-degree mark along with partly cloudy skies for much of the day.
Sunday should be a seasonable day filled with sunshine making great weather for those with outdoor activities planned as the high is expected to be in the mid-70s. However, one should take proper precautions when spending extended amounts of time in the sun and be sure to stay hydrated and use ample amounts of sunscreen.
Temperatures should rise in the beginning of next week as the sunny skies persist.
While the sunshine makes for pleasant summer days, there will be no rain to relieve very dry areas of California suffering in drought conditions.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, a third of California is in an exceptional drought, the highest level of drought calculated by the federal government.
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