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‘Slight chance’ of rain in SF throughout Thanksgiving week

The City’s rain may continue throughout the week and even potentially into Thanksgiving, according to the National Weather Service Forecast Office.

In the service’s forecast issued Sunday morning, San Francisco is set to see showers in the afternoon, and “thunderstorms may produce small hail.” There is a chance of showers in the evening and a slight chance of showers after midnight.

Through the week the likelihood of rain drops, according to the service, but there is a “slight chance” of showers Monday morning, and Tuesday afternoon the chance of rain is “50 percent.” Wednesday there is a slight chance of showers as well.

Lastly, for Thanksgiving on Thursday there is a “chance of rain,” the service wrote, with no rain reported for Friday, yet.

On Twitter Sunday, some tweeted their love for a drenched SF.

“I like San Francisco more in the rain. I’m sure that’s not a common position,” tweeted @ShaunPeoples, and Instagram user Beatrice Meredo posted to the service, “A rare (welcome!) sight in San Francisco: rain!”

Below are some social media reactions to the rain from around San Francisco.

Captain's Log: Does the rain make me look…demonic? ?☔️???

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