It's gonna be a hot one.
As you wrap up your week, plan for rising temperatures to hit the Bay Area, particularly on Sunday and Monday, days for which the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for San Francisco, as well as the North, South and East Bay.
Per the NWS:
Hot weather returns to our entire area. A strong ridge of high pressure will build back into our region starting this weekend. This will lead to much warmer temperatures with the hottest readings expected on Sunday and Monday. In some cases these will be record-breaking temperatures and the hottest so far this year.
The advisory is in effect from 11am to 8pm on both Sunday and Monday; "highs will mostly be in the 80s to mid-90s near the coast, with 90s to lower 100s for inland areas," according to the NWS.
AccuWeather is currently forecasting highs of 72 degrees tomorrow, and 81 degrees on Sunday and Monday, so plan for packed beaches and parks now that the city's "true summer" has arrived, and don't forget water and sunscreen, wherever you go.
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