Friday should bring a feeling of spring to San Francisco as hanging fog dissipates and gives way to warm temperatures across the region that won’t last long — a dry cold front is expect to suck temps back down Super Bowl Sunday. The shallow layer of fog and low-hanging clouds, mostly hovering around San Francisco, will dissolve as temperatures increase, mixing the air and spreading out dense moisture, according to the National Weather Service. “Imagine having whipped cream in a hot chocolate,” said David King, a meteorologist for the weather service, in explaining the fanning of moisture that will wipe out the fog. Once the low clouds clear, temperatures will continue to increase Friday, peaking in San Francisco at an estimated 63 degrees while some parts of Sonoma County and San Jose could hit the low 70s. “It’s a little bit warmer than normal, but nothing out of the question,” King said. Related Stories LocalBy Alejandro SerranoMore rain coming to Bay Area — but where did the fog go?LocalBy Carl NolteA walk in the fog to see San Francisco’s coldest corners A cold front expected to move into the area on Sunday and decrease the temperatures, which will dip into… Read full this story
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