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Bay Area Forecast: Showers Clear Thursday, Frosty Temps, Weekend Storm

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Following a night of wind and rain, the Bay Area will receive a break from the wet and blustery conditions starting Thursday morning.

Some isolated showers will linger during the morning hours, but clearing is expected by the afternoon.

Here's a look at what to expect on the weather front for the week ahead.

How long will the break from rain last?

The latest forecast calls for a break from the wet weather starting Thursday and lasting through Saturday.

Chilly nights ahead

Cold air will make for some chilly nights beginning Thursday and continuing through the weekend.

Frost advisories and possibly freeze warnings for the North Bay valleys could be issued for Thursday night, Friday night and Saturday night. People should watch out for roadway ice in those areas as rain runoff may freeze in spots.

Another Bay Area storm coming this weekend

The next storm is scheduled to arrive Sunday and stay active through the middle of next week.

We're monitoring the incoming system, which could be powered up through an atmospheric river connection.

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