City in for a light bout of rain

Rain tipped to patter across The City Monday morning is expected to clear out by the evening, with sunny days forecast for the rest of the week.

A passing storm is expected to bring light rain that will not resemble last week’s record-setting deluge, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Charles Bell.

“This is going to be more of a light rain event and there won’t be a lot of wind with it,” Bell said.

The temperature is expected to range between 60 and 65 degrees Monday and the storm-clouds could drop between one-tenth and one-quarter of an inch of rain in San Francisco, according to Bell.

The rest of the week is expected to be dry, with temperatures reaching the high 60s or more, according to Bell.
 

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