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A small respite from upper 90s and 100s should arrive for Monday with a slight uptick in our sea breeze and marine layer depth.  Things however will change quickly by late Monday into Tuesday as high pressure builds across the region again.  Temps will be fixed in the 70s and 80s around the bay with upper 90s to 105 degree temps likely inland near Concord, the Tri-Valley and areas south of San Jose from Tuesday into possibly Friday.  One wildcard element to the forecast will be a chance for increasing high and mid-level clouds as some monsoon moisture tries streaming northward out of the Desert Southwest by Thursday.  This may drop temps very slightly, but possibly bring a rise in some humidity levels - mostly for areas south of San Jose and Livermore.  Best chances for isolated thunder look to remain to our east as upper level winds push the deeper layer moisture off to our northeast.  A renewed onshore breeze should drop temps by next weekend into the following week.

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