Posted: Jul 8, 2012 4:47 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Updated: Jul 8, 2012 5:25 PM
Triple digit temperatures will dominate the interior valleys Sunday through Wednesday as high pressure pushes west across the state. This sets the scene for increased fire concerns with the hot temperatures and low humidity. If you are planning any outdoor activities, be extra cautious by getting plenty of rest and drinking lots of water.
Coastal valleys and beaches will continue to see morning clouds and fog through Monday. Weak onshore flow has kept the clouds overhead, but they're expected to clear by mid morning, leaving sunny skies and temps in the the mid to upper 70's for the coastal valleys and mid to upper 60's along the beaches.
Temps will peak Tuesday and Wednesday for the Central Coast, getting into the low 80's for the coastal valleys, but all three microclimates will experience a slight cool down, Thursday as the high pressure moves east.
Have a great week!
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