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Good morning! If you’re in the Bay Area, get ready for a warm weekend ahead.

The forecast shows temperatures in the 60s and 70s with foggy conditions along the coast, while the valleys will experience temperatures in the 80s and 90s.

This warm weather is expected to continue through Mother’s Day.

Cinthia Pimentel has the full Microclimate Forecast for you.

As you wake up this morning, you might notice some cloud cover and think it’s a sweater weather day.

However, that is not the case at all.

The temperature trend reveals plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 70s, which will climb into the 80s as the day progresses.

High pressure in the Bay Area is leading to slightly poorer air quality, so if you’re sensitive to heat, it’s advisable to take it easy.

Stay hydrated and find shelter indoors with air conditioning.

The coastline will remain cool with lingering cloud cover, showcasing the microclimate effect.

Along the coast, temperatures will be in the 70s, while the shoreline will experience low 80s.

Moving inland, Concord will reach 93 degrees, Fremont 86 degrees, San Jose 88 degrees, and Santa Cruz will have comfortable temperatures in the 70s.

If you’re heading down 101 to Morgan Hill and Gilroy, expect temperatures in the 90s.

Looking ahead to tomorrow, temperatures will decrease slightly due to a mixing of high and low pressure systems.

A low-pressure system approaching will bring cloud cover, Sierra snow showers, and even the possibility of thunderstorm activity.

Tomorrow may feel more humid, with daytime highs impacted by this weather pattern.

If you plan to visit the Sierras, be cautious as there may be heavier downpours in the central valley, Chico, and the Sierra region.

In addition to the weather, it’s worth noting that the heat will persist beyond this weekend.

The six to ten-day temperature outlook from May 18th to 22nd indicates that temperatures will continue to trend above average, remaining in the red zone.

This means that we can expect ongoing warmth in the coming days.

Prepare accordingly with water bottles, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

Even San Francisco will experience pleasant and mild temperatures as we enter the next work week.

That wraps up the forecast for the Bay Area.

Stay tuned for more updates, and have a great weekend!

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