Bay Area’s Extreme Heat Wave is Easing, But Only Briefly | KQED

Autor: Katie DeBenedetti

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People enjoy San Francisco’s Baker Beach during warm weather as heat wave warning issued in California, United States on June 4, 2024.  (Tayfun Coskun/Getty Images)

Fog rolled into the coastal Bay Area on Monday morning, a welcome sight promising a slight reprieve from a record-breaking heat wave.

Milder — but still warm — temperatures are forecast across the region Monday and Tuesday, though the latter half of the week will heat back up. Much of the Bay Area is under a heat advisory through Friday before weather is expected to cool off next weekend after nearly two weeks of excessive heat.

San Francisco highs will be in the low 70s Monday and Tuesday, and peak on Thursday around 80 degrees before more sustained cooling throughout the region beginning Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Inland, temperatures early this week will be 5 to 15 degrees cooler than last week but still above average for this time of year with highs that could reach triple digits.

Most of the inland Bay Area, where an excessive heat warning has been in effect since since last Tuesday, was issued a heat advisory Monday morning, downgrading the severity of the weather event but extending it through 8 p.m. Friday. The area includes portions of Marin and Sonoma counties, along with San Jose and the East Bay and Santa Clara Hills.

Finally, beginning over the weekend, the Bay Area could see a return to more average July temperatures, according to Rick Canepa, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service’s Bay Area station.

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