Like all enjoyable things, this weather won't last forever.
The charming weather comes after a particularly rainy December. That's good news for the state's water resources, with a mountain snowpack that's expected to bolster reserves and head off shortages later in the summer.
Nevertheless, it's best not to spend what you don't yet have, so officials are urging that residents conserve water until the rain and snow starts back up again.
It's not uncommon for December and January to feature periods of dryness of around 3 weeks. We're currently at two weeks.
The average rainfall in San Francisco is about 22 inches. December's rain brought 7 inches, but January has so far produced only about 1.
If you're planning a picnic, do it in the next week. Some observers are anticipating a soggy February.