Cooling fog hovering near the Coast will help to keep more wide ranging temperatures in place. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks everything from cool 60s to hot mid 90s in your Microclimate Forecast.
Temperatures continue to rise a few degrees today away from the coast. San Francisco will be at a nice 66 for the high temperature.
Expect a wide range in temperatures from 60s near the coast to over 100 degrees inland.
Warmer weather expected this weekend. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks where upper 90s are likely. Plus, where you're likely to find some relief in your Microclimate Forecast.
Widespread temperatures will remain a constant over the next 72 hours as cool fog battles hot high pressure. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks 60s to mid 90s in your Microclimate Forecast.
The coast stays nice and cool with high heat inland into the next several days. Meteorologist Kari Hall details the Microclimate Forecast.
Heat builds over the next 72 hours. As Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri explains, it won't be warming up across the entire Bay Area.
A strong ocean breeze will make it more comfortable today. Meteorologist Kari Hall has the Microclimate Forecast.
High pressure builds stronger within the next 72 hours. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks how long mid 90s Inland could last in your Microclimate Forecast.
Hot weather continues inland with more heat by the end of the week. Meteorologist Kari Hall has the Microclimate Forecast.
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