Chance of Dry Weather for 2nd Song Festival Performance

Rain is in the forecast, but there is hope (Scott Abel/ERR)
7/1/2014 10:16 AM
Category: Environment
The weather forecast promises a lingering chance of rain all week, but it will drop to under 50 percent for Saturday's procession and Sunday afternoon's second choral performance could take place in warm, sunny conditions.

The temperature could even reach 27 C in some parts of the country, according to one model, but the warmth may be short-lived - just a day or two.

The National Weather Service said that summer this year will be more showery than previous years. Those who have planned their vacation in this week should consider themselves lucky - the upcoming week will be the warmest glimpse of summer for a long time, a forecaster said.

July started with a grey tone following the current temperature pattern of 9-18 C - with some places in 20-21 C - until Friday when the clouds clear and the temperature soars to 24 degrees Celsius.

Water temperatures will also start increasing after the second week of July when the sudden heat peak has had enough of an effect on the bay areas, forecasters say.


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