The storms are passing us by in the Bay Area this week, and just before the official start of spring we'll be getting a solid taste of balmy spring weather by mid-week.
High pressure is moving in and setting us up for what should be the first big park weekend of the year come Saturday and Sunday, with temperatures predicted to be in the 70s according to ABC 7.
That's some welcome news after the frigid and rainy slog we've been through the last few weeks, with February overstaying its welcome all the way through this past weekend.
Temperatures are going to be on the rise all week, in fact, with only a chance of drizzles in some parts of the Bay on Tuesday. Inland and bayside temps will hit 66 to 68 on Wednesday and Thursday, rising through Sunday with some inland areas predicted to hit highs of 78.
The high today (Monday) will be around 58 in the city, and Weather Underground has a more conservative estimate of the weekend temps with highs just in the mid-60s — but we all know Dolores Park and Potrero Hill will get warmer than that.
So maybe don't pack away your parka and all your sweaters just yet, but it looks like we will have a classic San Francisco week of light-jacket weather with moments of t-shirt weather — and you better keep some sunglasses on you at all times.