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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Good Weather in Store this Weekend

Posted By on Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 12:40 PM

click to enlarge Break out the shorts! - MARTIN M303/ SHUTTERSTOCK

San Francisco, you can stash away that rain gear and dust off your bike, because it's going to be picnic weather this weekend. You'll have to find another chill-out spoke though since hipster hill in Dolores Park will be out of commission for a while. Clear skies and a high of 75 degrees are anticipated from Friday to Sunday (sorry, Karl!).

According to the National Weather Service, the high on Friday will be 70 degrees with a light wind of 5 to 8 mph that should subside by the morning. The evening will be clear with a high of 54 degrees: perfect weather for a night stroll.

Throughout the morning and afternoon on Saturday, expect another clear day with a high of 74 degrees. You finally get a chance to pull out those shorts that have been hiding in your wardrobe since the summer! The night will be mostly clear with some scattered clouds, with a high of 55 degrees.

Sunday will also be a sunny, clear day with a high of 75 degrees. We suggest you get out there and enjoy the sunshine while you can! You never know when Mother Nature will unload a rainstorm to try to make up for the drought.


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