Temperatures for Mother's Day weekend will be quite seasonable as warm and sunny conditions persist over the city. However, beginning on Sunday, temperatures will begin to rise, skyrocketing near the 100 F mark by midweek.
Temperatures will begin to increase on Sunday with highs reaching the lower 80s.
Baseball fans should pack sunscreen this weekend for the games between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium, as the sun shines both weekend days.
A significant warmup will take hold of the city and surrounding areas on Monday, as temperatures rise above the 90 F mark. Temperatures will continue to rise through Wednesday, nearing the 100 F mark.
Local schools and after-school activities will likely see delays or cancellations as heat blazes during the afternoon hours. Those outdoors next week should bring plenty of water, sunscreen and even a hat with them as the risk of sunburn will be high.
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