Say goodbye to the lame cold spell that has made May feel more like June around the Bay. We're finally getting a warming trend — with a fog break on Thursday — that will extend through next weekend.

Temperatures are set to warm on up starting Tuesday, though highs in the most of San Francisco will probably only hit the mid-60s.

ABC 7's meteorologist Mike Nicco says that parts of the Bay Area will see 80-degree temps on Wednesday, thanks to "that persistent bowl of cold, unstable air" finally lifting.

Weather Underground shows sunny skies into next weekend, though it does not necessarily look like we have beach days in the forecast just yet.

But Nico says that starting June 1 (Saturday) there will be a 50-percent chance of above-average temperatures around the Bay Area, including SF.

So, not quite a heatwave! But still some properly pleasant May weather coming our way.