The highest totals about a tenth of an inch were in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The highest totals. Only a few days ago, the National Weather Service said there was no rain in the forecast until Thanksgiving week. No rain for days has been the ongoing weather outlook for most of fall. The rain that fell was minimal with. That allowed the drizzle to form. Schneider says the next week looks mostly dry with a high-pressure ridge building over the region and pushing storms to the north. The weekend will see temperatures warm up with Saturday in the mid- to uppers on the coast and bayfront and low- to mids inland.
Sunday is expected to be a bit warmer and inland spots might hit the lows. There's a hint of more rain next week, when a weak system may sweep through the region on Wednesday. Schneider says the likelihood of this storm reaching the Bay Area and delivering rain is changing with every run of weather models. The next signal for rain is around Thanksgiving Day, and Schneider says the probability of this storm materializing is also uncertain.
Rainfall totals for the rainy season that begins on Oct. Downtown San Francisco has seen. Normally through Nov. State Climatologist Mike Anderson is hopeful the dry pattern may change at month's end. We might get a little pulse of rain at the end of the month that could push up the totals a little bit. South Park Cafe closes in SF after employee tests positive. Here's what life looked like aboard the cruise quarantined off SF.
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