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Umbrella alert: Here's what to expect from SF weather this week

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By Hoodline - Published on February 25, 2019.

Rain is here, and it's not going anywhere soon, according to weather data company Saildrone. The forecast calls for on-again, off-again precipitation throughout the week.

Temperatures will remain in the 50s throughout the week, with Wednesday topping out at a projected high of 58 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Don't stow the umbrellas at the end of the weekend, either: it looks like wet weather will likely remain on the radar into next week.



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