SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Climate Prediction Center's six to 10-day outlook shows below-average temperatures out west which includes the Bay Area.
There's a 40%-60% chance of experiencing this from April 10 to the 14, according to the CPC.
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You know spring can be a wet time of year here and that's exactly what the CPC is predicting for April 10-14.
It's showing above-average precipitation for the western U.S. and for the Bay Area, we have a 33%-50% chance of above-average precipitation so you might want to have the umbrellas nearby.
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