We've had 14 days this month with highs above normal and by the end of the weekend, that number will climb to 18. There hasn't been much cool air lately because it's been stuck in Canada with the jet stream tracking so far north. That could be a sign of what may be setting up going into the winter season. Stay tuned. We will be watching the record book Friday afternoon and again Sunday. With forecast highs into the 80s, that will put us in record territory. About the only way you'll know it's fall is by looking at the changing color around us, and right now, I see a lot of maple trees with a lot of red and orange.
A big cool down is coming early next week. A cold front will push through Monday and send us back into some fall-like weather for the start of the week. Even though it could be a 20-30 degree drop, it only brings us back to normal for late October (average high is 67). We are still on track to have some comfortable 70-to near 80 degree weather as we approach Halloween. And it will likely be dry for Trick-or-Treat this year.
|Much cooler weather is coming our way Monday afternoon - Tuesday|
The World Series moves to San Francisco now. So excited to see the Royals win big Wednesday night and we hope they can continue that success through the weekend. I'm not sure if the rain Saturday will be enough to cause delays or a cancellation, but overall, Friday and Sunday games shouldn't have any problems and the temperatures look comfortable.
|4 day forecast for San Francisco|