A child waits for the bus on Mission Street during first rain to hit San Francisco in months on Friday October 14, 2016. Aleah Fajardo/Special To S.F. Examiner

A child waits for the bus on Mission Street during first rain to hit San Francisco in months on Friday October 14, 2016. Aleah Fajardo/Special To S.F. Examiner

Forecasters expect rainfall in SF next week

Rain is likely to pour down on San Francisco next week, so expect some wet roadways and low visibility.

That’s according to the National Weather Service, which is predicting that rainfall will move from the North Bay south through the San Francisco Bay Area from late Monday through Tuesday morning.

Between .2 and .5 inches of rain are expected to fall early next week, depending on the city. San Francisco could see a third of an inch of rainfall on Monday and Tuesday.

Another system is expected to bring rain to the Bay Area later in the week — around Thursday or Friday — but “there remains a lot of uncertainty with the amount of rainfall and areas that will see the greatest amounts,” forecasters said.It's going to rainNational Weather ServicerainSan Franciscoweather

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