Tired of shivering in your kitchen every morning and turning on the heat just to watch television? Well, we've had a reprieve this week, particularly on Tuesday, and now the weekend is going to bring more warm temperatures, with SF hitting 70 (at least) by Sunday.
After weeks of rain and a cold snap last weekend, we're back to balmier, springier weather, and as the Chronicle reports via the National Weather Service, complete with a pic of Dolores Park, the East and South Bays should see temps in the mid-70s, with places like Concord, Gilroy, and Antioch hitting 80 on Sunday.
It's also expected to be sunny and clear in the mountains as well, with a high of 49 today and a high of 51 Saturday in Tahoe City.
Squaw Valley is hosting its first big competitive ski race this weekend in almost 50 years as the World Cup arrives with its first races on Friday. Per the Chron, the Women’s World Cup ski-racing circuit arrives at the resort which famously played host to the 1960 Winter Olympics, and hasn't seen a World Cup race since 1969.
Also this weekend is the kickoff of Sunday Streets on Valencia Street, with the whole street shut down starting at 11 a.m. on Sunday, and booths and exhibits devoted to the 50th anniversary of The Summer of Love which will be a theme throughout this season of Sunday Streets.