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"Paul deneau. We will see sunshine tomorrow and Also Saturday nights will be chilly. We'll be down to the thirty s and our inland valleys. We'll be down to the low forties anywhere near San Francisco Bay. So couple degrees cooler than average the next couple of nights, but afternoons, we'll be mild and be a few degrees warmer than average. I will make it anywhere for the upper fifty s to mid sixty s with sunshine, Friday and Saturday Sunday. We'll see an increase in cloud cover. Our next rainmaker is looking really Wimpy. And we may get a couple hours of some light rain maybe a tenth of an inch of rainfall early Monday morning. That's it. That's the only rain chance for the next seven days will likely have sunshine by Monday afternoon and mainly sunny skies next Tuesday, next Wednesday, I'm meteorologist Paul the enough KPI KCBS forecast. Currently fifty five degrees in San Rafael Fifty-seven in San Francisco. It's fifty in Santa Rosa, Oakland. Fifty eight Hayward showing fifty six mil Bray. Same temperature San Jose fifty five and it's also fifty five in Mountain View, traffic and weather together on the eights and all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS.."