This is the time it will rain in San Francisco

This is the time it will rain in San Francisco

A storm is expected next week during the largest gathering of world leaders in San Francisco since 1945.

The upcoming APEC summit will attract thousands of diplomats, business executives, reporters and others to the Gulf region from Monday to Friday. With an unstable weather forecast, there is a lot of wiggle room for wind and rain chances. Here’s a look at how the weather is likely to play out during what looks to be the region’s first significant rain of the season.

Weather effects

World leaders and visitors can expect nice weather when they arrive in San Francisco this weekend. Signs are that the storm system will remain outside of California through Tuesday, meaning the mild weather typical for this time of year will be on hand for the summit’s first full day. Look for highs Monday in the mid to upper 60s downtown, with light winds off the Embarcadero.

Cloud cover will increase steadily Monday night before the storm brings the first rounds of rain to the Bay Area on Tuesday. Weather models predict a modest range of potential impacts, with a 40% to 50% chance of rain falling throughout much of the region.

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