I had a staff meeting at work this week and those who came up from Santa Rosa (dressed appropriately for the season, but not the weather, mind you) were literally rubbing their palms together and blowing warm breath into their cupped hands. Welcome to the San Francisco summer. Chances are that the SF fog bubble isn’t bursting any time soon.
Friday: It’s another gray morning, like how it was all week. If you’re near the coast, skies will stay mostly cloudy with maybe three hours of sporadic sunlight in the high 50s near midday. If you’re downtown, it should clear up more to reveal the sun shining at a high of 63 degrees.
Saturday: Those going to Outside Lands won’t need to worry about being sunburned. It will be cloudy until mid morning with some gradual clearing. In Golden Gate Park, highs will be up to 58 degrees and winds will be around 10-15 mph. That should be comfortable concert weather, especially if the body heat around you adds a few extra degrees.
Sunday: The morning fog will still be around, but when the sun comes out around noon, it will be warmer than the previous days. The park will experience highs in the 60s and those downtown or around the Mission will get highs of 65s. But don’t get too excited, night fall will drop back down to the low 50s, so keep those jackets handy.