Weather & Traffic: Wednesday, Oct. 31

Cities along the coast and around the Bay should see mostly cloudy conditions with morning fog before the fog burns off, leaving partly cloudy skies later today. Those areas will see temperatures in the 60s and low 70s with winds blowing up to 15 mph.

Inland and South Bay

Similar conditions are expected inland and in the South Bay, but when the fog burns off, mostly sunny conditions should come through with temperatures into the mid-70s.

Tonight

The Bay Area is expected to experience partly cloudy skies with low temperatures in the 40s to low 50s with chillier temperatures inland and in the South Bay.

Tomorrow

Weather conditions around the Bay Area are expected to be partly cloudy skies with morning fog, and temperatures should be in the 60s to low 70s. Temperatures should be slightly warmer in the South Bay and inland areas.

Traffic

There is heavy fog at the Golden Gate Bridge, but representatives said there is no traffic back-up this morning. At the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza, there is about a 40-minute delay, with cars backed up to the MacArthur Maze due to an earlier accident that blocked some of the middle lanes.

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