Left the Stanford parking lot at 09:30 this morning and it was already 77 degrees. Light breeze, few wispy clouds, "zero" humidity. The kind of day that makes San Francisco Bay Area arguably the best place on the planet to live (but then, I'm biased).
Forecast is for more of the same throughout the weekend, so expect a couple of nice days in the sun if you're lucky enough to be able to attend.
>drizzly, predicted high of only 72, which means
>that nasty cold winds could spring up late in the
I don't want to hear any whining about cold winds and 72-degree weather. It's 96 here in Austin right now, which is actually a relief -- they were predicting 102. And no, it's not a "dry heat." It's a miserable heat.