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Warmer, drier weather is returning to the Bay Area. Here’s what’s in store

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The first half of the week was riddled with powerful winds, heavy rain and flooding across Northern California, brought on by a strong storm that tapped into an atmospheric river. That river will quickly run dry this morning, leaving warm air and more pleasant weather in its wake.

Temperatures will steadily rise today, as sunshine prevails and light northeast winds spill into the valleys and basins of the Bay Area. This means that the second half of the week is expected to be warmer, drier and much quieter.

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Sunshine returns to Bay Area: Here’s how warm temperatures will get this week

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After a wet weekend, a weather pattern shift will bring clear skies and frigid morning lows to the Bay Area on Monday — but a big warm-up is on the way.

A low-pressure system moving through Northern California over the weekend delivered rain, wind and heavy Sierra snow. That low has moved out of the state and on Monday was near the Four Corners region of the Southwest.

Before leaving, the storm helped San Francisco reach a major milestone: As of Saturday, seven months into the 2022-23 rain season, the city had received a full season’s worth of rainfall.

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