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Weather: Cool air, rain on the way (fingers crossed)

Forecast predicts heave wave to wave goodbye Last time San Francisco was this hot going into October it was 64 million years ago in the Paleocene Era, when palm trees grew in the Arctic Circle. (Note: It’s possible we’re a bit off about that record; our fact checker passed out from the heat.) But help is on the way. In fact, rain is on the way. Although we have to immediately clarify that comment by noting that rain may, in fact, not be on the way.
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