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Warming Trend Ahead

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    A strong marine layer will continue to take hold of the Bay Area Wednesday AM. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks how widespread the fog will become. Plus, when temperatures warm into the 80s. (Published Tuesday, May 26, 2015)

    WEDNESDAY:  After low clouds and patchy drizzle clear from the valleys by mid-morning, we'll see temps climbing a few more degrees today with low to mid 70s in reach for areas south of San Jose and out near the Tri-Valley.

    This trend should continue into the start of the weekend as high pressure strengthens slightly, compressing down the marine air and keeping temps cool near the coast and inner bay.  Highs should manage the mid 70s to lower 80s into Saturday, however increasing high clouds at times may limit more significant warming.

    The clouds are part of a weather system that computer models are now suggesting could bring some showers across the area around Sunday - especially for areas north of San Francisco.  We'll see if this pattern holds as future model runs come in, but for now increasing clouds, slighty cooler temps and possibly a few showers may wrap up the weekend. - Rob Mayeda

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