Cold, rainy weather coming to Bay Area

Say goodbye to the dry weekend weather: San Francisco residents will wake up to morning showers today, with rain pouring on and off throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service.

Expect a quarter-inch of rain throughout the day as late-season showers and cold weather hit the Bay Area. Temperatures will drop to the mid-50s, said Ryan Wallbrun, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

By Tuesday, rain is expected to let up and it will be dry but cold till Wednesday, when another storm front is predicted to move through the Bay Area. Rain is expected in the North Bay, with possible showers to the south, Wallbrun said.

Thursday and Friday will be “quite cool” for this time of the year, with temperatures in the 50s and high, strong winds, he said.

“To sum up the week, its starts out wet with no warm temperatures,” Wallbrun said.

The weather won’t get any better until perhaps the latter part of the weekend, he said. These are unusual weather patterns for this time of the year in San Francisco. Typically, temperatures are in the high 70s inland, Wallbrun said.

esherbert@sfexaminer.com

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