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Out there once again even some brief heavy downpours but those are going to dissipate once the sun goes down this evening dry weather in Chile by the rest of the night low temperatures dropping down to the low to mid forties around the bay but inland dropping down to the thirties even cold enough for other frost advisory in the North Bay with temperatures dropping down close to freezing by early Friday morning we do warm up Friday's still below average for high temperatures but upper fifties and low sixties depending on how close you are to the water and dry conditions of on Friday the changes Saturday with a good chance of light rain showers not going to raise our rainfall deficit but we will take what we can get mid upper fifties for high temperatures on Saturday then we warm up back to the low to mid sixties on Sunday still with a chance for a few lingering showers the second half of the weekend I'm meteorologist Paul Hagen with your KPIX five KCBS forecast thank you for that pollen case CBS news time seven twenty one is our news watch continues we've heard that hotel rooms will be made available for some people experiencing homelessness but the working poor are unlikely to be at the top of the list