It's been raining in SF, in case you had not looked outside, and while that is fairly unusual for this time of year, nothing has been too usual about this year so far, so we may as well be prepared for anything — and it already drizzled a bit on Labor Day in parts of the city, and there was drizzle over Outside Lands too for the first time, in mid-August.

As National Weather Service meteorologist Charles Bell tells the Chronicle, today's rain came in just tiny pockets over parts of the Bay Area and is "very, very minor."

The sun will be out by noon or 1 p.m. [4 p.m. Update: Make that 4 p.m.] and it promises to be another warm afternoon in the low 70s, with a fairly temperate evening to follow — just cool enough to get a good night's sleep, per Weather Underground.

And up ahead is a warm weekend with temperatures in the 70s, but as Bell says, "It will not be as warm, even as close to warm, as last week."

Sunday and Monday will be the warmest with the least cloud cover according to Weather Underground, with highs in the high 70s — which could mean 80s in the Mission and Potrero. On both days, the warmest part of the day will be around 3 or 4 p.m.

Plan your Sunday Funday accordingly.