Today's weather: Thursday, October 18

Coastal and bayfront cities should expect continued partly cloudy conditions with a slight chance of rain later today, but temperatures should be warmer with highs reaching up to the low 70s.

Inland and South Bay

The area is anticipated to have partly cloudy skies with low wind and temperatures in the 60s to low 70s.

Tonight

The clouds should roll in, bringing with them a higher chance of rain. Temperatures should drop into the 50s.

Tomorrow

More rain for the area is likely Friday, with temperatures hovering in the 60s.

Traffic

The commute on the Bay Bridge is slow this morning with cars at the Toll Plaza backed up into the MacArthur Maze. Commuters should expect 30-minute delays.

Traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge is moving freely, according to authorities.

Get  the latest traffic updates at 511.org.

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