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Friday, December 19, 2014

After Today, We'll Have Clear Skies Until Christmas

Posted By on Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 10:19 AM

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  • Despair no more folks

It's another wet day in San Francisco this morning and, yes, traffic is backed up along the Bay Bridge. We just can't seem to get a break from stormy weather — around two inches have fallen in the last couple days.

But we will soon. Today is the last day of showers, and the city will see dry, blue skies through Christmas day, said National Weather Service forecaster Steve Anderson.

"I have no freakin' idea," Anderson said when asked how much rain has poured on San Francisco in the past two weeks. "A lot."

Throughout the day, expect up to another inch of rain on the Bay Area, according to the forecaster.

And then you can hang up your raincoats tomorrow, just in time for the weekend.


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