Tuesday starts with a patch or two of fog, then turns sunny through midday. Clouds will move in this afternoon with rain not far behind late tonight and tomorrow.
A front Wednesday will result in rain and very few thunderstorms. A stray shower is possible after 8 p.m. followed by a better chance for rain after 1 a.m and into tomorrow morning. The rain will linger through Wednesday afternoon, then taper off by the evening hours.
The front will clear the area by Wednesday night bringing drier and slighter cooler weather which will quickly warm back up by the end of the week. The winds pick up Thursday and temps drop into the low 60's behind the front.
The weekend will be warm. Sunday afternoon begins a wet stormy pattern for about 48 hours in the Bay area with Monday and Tuesday looking pretty wet and messy.
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