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Rising Bay Area temperatures could reach 80s, 90s by Thursday

Spring may look more like early summer by the end of the week.

The National Weather Service said Sunday evening to expect mild temperatures and continued dry weather conditions early in the week throughout the Bay Area. Then strong high pressure will build over the region through mid-to-late week.

By Wednesday, daytime temperatures will rise by 5-10 degrees above normal at the coast and by 10-20 degrees above normal throughout interior locations. By Thursday, the peak of the heat event, temperatures are likely to warm into the upper 70s to mid 80s near the coast with widespread 80s to lower 90s across the interior (15-25 degrees above normal).

While mild and above average, overnight temperatures are anticipated to cool adequately enough to limit greater, more widespread heat risks.

The NWS said the heat event will feel like last year’s around March 22 but will be a few degrees warmer. A similar April heat event of this magnitude last occurred April 5-10, 1989. The NWS reminds people to stay hydrated and check in with those people most vulnerable to elevated temperatures.

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