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Posted: 11:55 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012
KTVU.com and Wires
BAY AREA —
The rain-soaked Bay Area was expected to get a slight reprieve from the stormy weather for the next couple of days, a National Weather Service forecaster said Wednesday.
Isolated thunderstorms and hail were possible throughout the day
Wednesday, but that night and Thursday should be dry, forecaster Steve Anderson said.
"We're dealing with some light residual showers around the region," Anderson said. "Some of them can be locally heavy but they're going to be short-lived."
The next significant rainfall was expected Friday night and Saturday, but Anderson said that rain likely wouldn't be as heavy as what the Bay Area had seen over the past few days.
High temperatures were expected to reach the mid-50s, with overnight lows in the mid-30s in the North Bay and the mid-40s elsewhere, he said.
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