A marine layer along the coast is bringing some relief to Bay Area residents after a weekend of scorching weather.
Temperatures rose past 100 degrees in parts of the East Bay Sunday, with Antioch seeing a high of 106 degrees.
In Oakland, about 5,000 homes and businesses had no air conditioning when a transformer blew, causing an outage for about three hours.
The National Weather Service says temperatures will be cooler today, but still unseasonably warm in the inland areas.
Forecasters are expecting a high of 82 degrees in San Jose, with San Francisco expected to hit 66 degrees.