Jun 30, 2013 7:47 PM by Victoria Johnson
An extended period of hot weather with near record highs will continue through next week due to a strong upper level high pressure system centered over Nevada. High temperatures exceeding 100 degrees are likely through Monday for the coastal valleys and mountains below 4,000 feet. Temperatures begin to cool by Tuesday but not by much and remain above normal. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms with little to no rain over the mountain, valley and desert regions into Tuesday afternoon. Monday's high temperatures may drop 10-15 degrees for the coastal valleys and 5-10 degrees inland. A shallow marine layer will be present at the beach, deepening in the evening hours tonight. Moisture levels increase Monday. Temperatures will cool by a few degrees Tuesday and a mixed warming and cooling trend will develop into Wednesday under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will range a few degrees below normal at the coast and 5-10 degrees above normal inland.
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