Saturday - You wake up to the most beautiful weather possible. The high is in the mid 70s, low in the high 50s. Sunny with just enough cloud cover to provide some shade. There's a light breeze, you might even need a light sweater that evening. It literally doesn't matter what the weather was the day before, this day is genuine perfection.
Sunday - It. Is. HOT. No matter what time you wake up, it's already in the 90s. It'll creep up to about 115F before the end of the afternoon and it doesn't go back down after the sun sets. Let's throw in some humidity because feeling like you're drowning just standing outside is always fun.
Monday - Happy blizzard day! Having started the night sweating in bed, our residents will wake up to find several feet of snow on the ground. What starts as a beautiful blanket of snow rapidly intensifies as the snow falls faster, wind speeds up, and ice begins forming.
Tuesday - As if it never existed, the snow is gone. In its place, the weather has warmed considerably. Temperature wise, it's really nice out. It's a shame that it's accompanied by dark clouds. Wall clouds. Tornadoes, y'all, there are tornadoes. Heavy thunderstorms, hail, lightning, and yes, tornadoes. San Francisco is NOT prepared for this.
Wednesday - It's beautiful, sunny, and dry. Like desert dry. So dry that all the sand and dust is very...loose. It's like the dust bowl out there. Combined with the heavy winds, there's dust EVERYWHERE. You can't walk outside without inhaling dust, dirt, or sand. Mmm, yum! On the plus side, the weather people will teach you the word 'haboob'.
Thursday - Welcome to Silent Hill! There's finally a reasonable level of moisture in the air again... Unfortunately, it presents itself as a heavy, thick, lingering fog. Visibility is basically zero. This will of course lead to heavy traffic and accidents. Possibly even conspiracy theories. What's in the mist?
Friday - You've survived a lot this week, and the powers that be are very pleased. So today is just a day of weird things that don't usually happen in California. You'll wake up to frost on the ground. Throughout the day, you'll see fascinating and not overly dangerous event. Occasional ball lightning, a random period of Virga, some light pillars, and as the night drifts to a close, the first appearance of the Aurora Borealis appears in the San Francisco skies.