San Francisco Bay Area Weather Forecast

Monday, October 23, 2017

Here’s the latest update from the KRON4 Weather Center.

It’s a clear start to this Monday morning with 50s and 60s bay area-wide. Temps are dropping into the 40s for some valley locations while higher elevations, mainly above 3,000 feet, are still in the 70s because of warmer air aloft.

High pressure this week will mean unseasonably warm temps during the afternoons. Today’s highs will be in the upper 80s to low 90s for the inland valleys. The bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s, while the coast will hit the upper 70s.

We may see a few spots tie or even break high temperatures records this afternoon.

Looking ahead, Tuesday should be the warmest day this week, before gradual cooling kicks Wednesday. Inland highs should drop back the mid 70s by Saturday.

Sunrise in San Francisco is at 7:26 AM.  Sunset is at 6:21 PM.

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