Clouds and fog cleared out early Friday, giving way to a big warming trend that will leave things downright hot inland this weekend.
Three Bay Area cities saw record high temperatures Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
East Bay neighborhoods will be in the triple digits for the next couple of days. As temperatures peak on Wednesday, a “Heat Advisory” may be issued.
Forecasters are predicting the hottest day of the year in the Bay Area this week with a slight chance of a thunderstorm.
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The average high temperature in San Francisco in May was 60.2 degrees, more than five degrees cooler than normal.
Federal scientists say the number of sea lion pups stranded on California beaches is spiking and is now higher than the total for all of 2013, the last time large numbers of pups starved.
Two recent gray whale sightings on the other side of the world may suggest that climate change is forcing them to expand their habitat.
With temperatures up to 80 degrees likely Friday we could see temperatures fall all around the Bay Area, stretching down to the central coast.
75 percent of the naval orange crop is still on the tree.