WEDNESDAY: 50s to begin with mainly clear skies even near the Coast. Daytime highs will warm with with mid to upper 80s Inland, upper 70s to low 80s by the Bay and 70s at the Coast. While most Inland cities will remain in the 80s, the one location that will likely see a few 90s is the Tri-Valley. Also keep in mind, with hotter temperatures our fire danger will increase and air quality will suffer.
100s SOON: The strong ridge of high pressure we're tracking will really begin to bring the heat by Thursday with mid 90s Inland & 70s at the Coast. Expect even hotter weather by Friday with rare beach weather to stay. Conditions will gradually cool by Sunday into next week.
NEXT RAIN? Long rage forecast models bring our next chance of rain sometime between October 14th and the 17th. Keep in mind, this is still a long way out and timing may change.
Have a great Wednesday, Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri
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