San Francisco, CA 94101
May 26, 2015 9:34 AM
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San Francisco Weather Info
San Francisco weather is largely influenced by the Pacific Ocean. With a persistent onshore flow the temperatures in the city rarely leave the 45-75 degree range at day or night.
The city by the bay is known well for the thick fog that develops most mornings. Fog is a typical part of San Francisco weather with thick cloudbanks developing over the ocean and moving ashore, before burning off with the heat of the day.