Weather & Traffic: Friday, Oct. 26

After morning fog burns off today, San Francisco residents will have California's version of fall weather, with coastal temperatures in the 60s and inland highs in the upper 70s. A slight southwest breeze is also expected.

Tonight

Temperatures will drop tonight, with 40s and 50s expected in many areas.

Weekend

The weather will stay consistent through the weekend, although the winds are expected to pick up through Saturday. The warm, partly cloudy conditions are expected to continue through the weekend, ending Tuesday when temperatures dip down into the 60s for Halloween and the rest of the week.

Traffic

Although construction projects tied up traffic in the South Bay this morning, commutes around the Peninsula and San Francisco were moving smoothly in most areas before 7:30.

Westbound Interstate 80 is slow into the city behind an accident involving property damage near Fourth Street. The left lane is closed to traffic crossing the San Francisco Bay Bridge, adding to the typical morning back-up at the bridge toll plaza.

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