Most areas are trending warmer Wednesday as high pressure moves across the Central Coast and it could mean dangerously hot conditions for the inland valleys.
Onshore flow continues to weaken and bring a warming trend through Saturday.
Daytime highs will continue get warmer little by little each day.
Thursday’s temps looking like low 70’s at the beaches, low 80’s for coastal valleys and upper-90’s to low 100’s for interior valleys.
Marine layer clouds still look to linger for coastal communities most of Wednesday and Thursday, but are expected to be confined at the beach.
It will continue to thin as we head into the weekend, but low clouds and patchy fog can be expected across coastal zones and some lower valleys into Friday.
Saturday looks to have the warmest temperatures with the interior heating up to 105 to 110 degrees.
These triple digit temps will be something to watch as it could prompt some heat advisories.
After this weekend, we should start to see a bit of a cooling trend as onshore flow increases, but triple digit temps could stick around for inland valleys through Tuesday.