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October 29, 2012

Warm and sunny to yield to cloudy and rainy in valley

While the other end of the country is battening down the hatches in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, the Northern San Joaquin Valley is having a warm, sunny start to the week. But rain lurks in a couple of days, potentially putting a damper on Halloween plans.

While the other end of the country is battening down the hatches in the face of of superstorm Sandy, the Northern San Joaquin Valley is having a warm, sunny start to the week. But rain lurks, potentially putting a damper on Halloween plans. Today, the National Weather Service forecast a high of 79, with light wind.

Come Wednesday, however, a storm will move into the area, with a 30 percent chance of rain. Most trick-or-treaters should be OK, as it's not expected to rain until late at night.

Should you be headed to San Francisco for the Giants' victory parade, it looks like a beautiful day for it — partly sunny, with a high near 65.

Locally, the rain will continue into Thursday, forecasters say, with a high of 67. The sun is expected to return Friday and stick around — with a few clouds — through the weekend.

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