Mike Koozmin/The S.f. ExaminerWhile the skies cleared up Monday over the Ferry Building

Mike Koozmin/The S.f. ExaminerWhile the skies cleared up Monday over the Ferry Building

San Francisco forecast says coats are in, umbrellas out

The rainy season just got less rainy.

After a relatively wet October and November, Sunday’s cool, sunny weather should continue this week and possibly beyond, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures in the 50s, dropping into the 40s at night, are expected through the end of the week.

“There’s just no rain in the forecast at all,” said weather service forecaster Ryan Walbrun.

Downtown San Francisco has received 3.23 inches of rain so far this season, about 65 percent of normal levels, echoing the situation in most of the rest of the Bay Area, according to Walbrun.

“When you start to go a half-month without any rain, you fall behind the bell curve in a hurry,” Walbrun said.

Skiers and snowboarders will have to wait for prime conditions.

“Get out and enjoy the sunny weather while you have it,” Walbrun said.

aburack@sfexaminer.com

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