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Today's Forecast

Cooling, Rain Chances Ahead



    Warm 80s fade this weekend. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks cooler temperatures and clouds increasing. Plus, when rain returns and how La Niña may impact the next few months. (Published Friday, Oct. 21, 2016)


    The morning will start chilly with 40s to 50s and high clouds mixing in with fog near the bay and coast.  Mostly cloudy to partly sunny sky today as temperatures drop 4 to 8 degrees to bring inland valleys in the mid and upper 70s, upper 60s by the bay and low 60s coast.  Similar weather Sunday with more high clouds lingering.


    A stream of moisture from the south will remain off the coast all next week.  This pattern will interact with smaller disturbances to bring rain chances.  At this point there's a chance Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  However, the best chance for accumulations remains on Tuesday and Friday.  5 day totals will range .25 to potentially 1.00".  Stay tuned as timing and intensity may still change. 

    Have a great weekend, Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri