Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary Lee
Following the major storm that passed through the Bay Area, expect scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms to linger today. Conditions should remain dry heading into Friday and Saturday. Mary Lee has the forecast. (1/17/19)

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