Today's weather: Friday, October 12

Rain, rain, rain. Forecasters with the National Weather Service said they expect off and on rain throughout the San Francisco Bay Area today. With the rain comes cooler temperatures with highs in the mid 50s around the Bay and upper 60s inland. Winds out of the southwest are estimated to reach up to 15 miles per hour.

TONIGHT

There is thesmall chance of more rain tonight with mostly cloudy skies before it breaks into partly cloudy conditions. High temperatures should range from the 40s to the mid 50s.

TOMORROW

On Saturday, forecasters expected mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s to mid 70s.

TRAFFIC

There is heavy traffic already on the Bay Bridge, and that is after commuters on westbound Interstate 80 get through the congestion in the Berkeley and Richmonds area.

On U.S. 101 south just passed the San Mateo Bridge traffic is heavy and even further south near the Dumbarton Bridge traffic is slow due to some flooding from rains. Water and an accident has closed the right lane near Willow Road in Menlo Park.

For the latest traffic updates, visit www.511.org.

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