Weather forecast for U.S. Women's Open: Cold and foggy at Olympic Club

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“The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco,” said Mark Twain.

It’s not yet summer, but a chill is in the air in Northern California. After 100-degree days in Las Vegas last week for the LPGA Match Play, the U.S. Women’s Open field will face temperatures in the low-50s and 60s, with plenty of fog.

Here’s a look at the weather forecast for the week at Olympic Club.

U.S. Women's Open weather forecast