SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Bay Area communities will be seeing near record high temperatures Tuesday amid a heat advisory in effect through Wednesday.

Tuesday’s highs will be in the 80s near the coast, 80s to 90s near the bay and up to the mid 90s inland.

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Wednesday will be even hotter, with some inland high temperatures into the low 100s.

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A slight cooling trend begins on Thursday, especially near the coast and the bay but it will remain quite hot inland.

Friday, a stronger sea breeze kicks in along with increasing fog which will cool temperatures even more. Much cooler weather is expected for the weekend.

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Here’s a look at some previous  Bay Area temperatures records for this time of the year:

MAY 13 MAY 14 MAY 15
KENTFIELD 96/1976 94/1987 98/2008
SAN RAFAEL 100/1976 94/1976(1972) 97/2008
NAPA 100/1976 96/1976 100/2008
SAN FRANCISCO 87/1927 87/1922 91/1970
SFO AIRPORT 90/1976 87/2006 96/2008
OAKLAND (DTWN) 93/1976 89/2006 98/2008
OAKLAND AIRPORT 88/1972 86/2008(2006) 99/2008
RICHMOND 88/1976(1972) 85/2006(1972) 98/2008
LIVERMORE 99/1976(1972) 98/1972 98/2008(1970)
MOFFETT FIELD 91/1976 90/2008 99/2008
SAN JOSE 99/1976 94/1905 99/2008
GILROY 105/1976 103/1976 99/1972