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Rain tapering off today, sunshine tomorrow

Temperatures to stay in mid-60s through weekend

Pleasanton's few days of rain should end today as sunshine returns to the Bay Area, although temperatures here are expected to stay in the mid-60s through the weekend.

The National Weather Service reported that "a fair amount of moisture" poured down on the area since the Pacific Northwest showers started earlier in the week.

Weather Bureau forecaster Charles Bell said the area received well over a half-inch of rain with some heavy showers at times Tuesday and yesterday.

Pleasanton has a 30% chance of rain today, the Weather Bureau said, with light to heavy sprinkles early in the day.

Bay City News contributed to this story.

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