Currently, outside at the beautiful sunset time, the Golden Gate Bridge is a splendid sight. So far, the weekend has been fantastic. During our conference call today, everyone was discussing what a gorgeous day it is.
However, Rob had to rain on our parade and mention that the weather will not stay this way for the entire weekend. Nonetheless, it is the perfect timing according to the 7-day forecast. Currently, it is a beautiful start to the weekend, with clear skies in the San Jose area. Tomorrow, we can expect more of this before changes occur.
Starting Tuesday, rain is predicted in the North Bay and as we progress further into the week, the likelihood of rain will increase, as shown in the microclimate forecast. Tomorrow morning will not be as cold as before, with temperatures in the 40s and 50s.
Around noon, there might be a slight chance of showers in areas north of Yukaya, so most rain chances are currently focused on the North Coast. For tomorrow, it will be pleasant around San Jose with a temperature of 73°, while San Francisco and Oakland will experience temperatures in the range of 65 to 68°.
The weekend will end dry, with only a few passing high clouds. Tuesday will mark the beginning of rain chances, especially for areas north of San Francisco. As we move towards the middle of the week, rain bands will approach the coast, with low pressure off the West. Wednesday and Thursday may have the highest expected rainfall, with a potential of one to two inches in the coastal mountains.
By Friday, the rain chances will diminish as the low pressure system moves through Southern California. The weekend following will likely be partly cloudy. Wednesday and Thursday will be the primary days for rain, making weather a potential factor. Thank you, Rob..