Friday: Looks like we’ll be greeted with misty mornings this weekend. As some say, you’ll be seeing “fog cleaved liked pasta through our nimble Golden Gate cables.” But by mid afternoon, such pasta fog will have drained like water through a colander, leaving the skies warm and dry. The sun will generate temps up to the high 60s downtown, but by night fall, the temperatures will drop to the low 50s with 14 mph winds. Note to nude critical mass riders: bring some clothes. And I don’t mean just a 3-inch wide faux fur scarf. You’ll need more than that by the end of the ride.
Saturday: The skies will be cloudy again, and, unfortunately, we won’t be getting a chance of meatballs with that. We will, however, be getting another quick serving of the sun in the afternoon. Those downtown will be getting some sun and will be heated to near 66 degrees, while those in the Sunset will get it at 58 degrees.
Sunday: The menu today looks similar to the previous days. The course will start off with some light fog and then a round of sun, fired up just slightly more today with high 60s inland and low 60s by the coast. By dessert time, fog almost as thick as vanilla ice cream will start to roll in. There’ll be enough to keep around for Monday morning’s breakfast before it all melts away again.