Commuters, be careful

The San Francisco Bay Area is expected to experience morning low clouds and fog along the coast and otherwise be partly cloudy. High temperatures in the upper 50s at the coast to 70s inland and west afternoon winds of 10 mph to 20 mph are expected.

Tonight

The Bay Area tonight is expected to be mostly clear aside from coastal low clouds and fog spreading locally inland. Low temperatures in the mid 40s to lower 50s and west evening winds of 5 to 15 mph are expected.

Tomorrow

Thursday the Bay Area is expected to experience morning low clouds and fog along the coast and in some inland areas before becoming mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s at the coast to low 70s inland and southwest winds of 5 mph to 15 mph are anticipated.

— Bay City News

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