Higher temperatures on the way in Bay Area cities


Hotter temperatures are on the way again.

Although it’s not expected to be as intense as last week’s heat wave, the National Weather Service issued another heat advisory early Sunday morning, with inland areas of the South Bay, East Bay, and North Bay, possibly hitting the upper 90s to the triple digits later in the week.

“Today’s kind of our last day of normal temperatures for this time of year,” said Dylan Flynn of the National Weather Service-Bay Area. “Tomorrow will be a few degrees above normal, then Tuesday is going to be our hottest day of the week.”

Coastal areas along the Pacific and the Bay Area are expected to be around the 60s to 70s.

Enjoy todays nice temperatures, as hotter temperatures are on the way! Tuesday this week looks to be our warmest day with the warmest inland locations reaching into the low 100s.

Be sure to practice heat safety by staying hydrated and never leaving kids or pets in cars. #CAwx

— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) June 9, 2024

“By Tuesday afternoon, most places that aren’t touching the coast or the bay are going to be in the 60s, while inland areas will be in the mid-90s,” Flynn said.

By Tuesday, temperatures are expected to be as high as 97 degrees in Concord and Livermore, and 92 degrees in San Jose.

Heat risk is only “minor to moderate,” however, Flynn said.

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There is a slight fire risk due to the temperatures this week, Flynn said, although not yet critical.

“We do have fire risk, especially in the afternoons, and it’s just really for the smaller fuels,” Flynn said.

He noted that while nighttime humidity will be high and onshore winds are expected, reducing the fire risk, the danger increases during …read more

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