Temperatures well above normal are expected to heat the San Francisco area Wednesday.
The normal high for this time of year is 67 degrees F; the highs on Wednesday will be in the mid- to upper-80s.
On Wednesday, the city will approach their high temperature record set back in 2006 at 87 F. The city is forecast to near the 89 F mark Wednesday.
Those spending any time outdoors through Thursday should be prepared for the heat by staying hydrated and by wearing sunscreen or a hat, as sunburn and heat exhaustion are possible.
The temperatures will stay in the 80s through Thursday, but no rain is the forecast for the week.
It will cool down on Friday with a high in the mid-70s.
It will turn even cooler Saturday and Sunday with highs in the 60s but it will be pleasant for outdoor activities including the Mark di Suvero art exhibition at Crissy Field.
Sunny skies and near normal temperatures will start the new week in the Bay Area.
A pattern change will usher in cooler air and rain to the Northwest this week.
Autumn officially starts at 10:29 p.m. EDT on Monday, but it will not feel like autumn in some parts of the U.S.
Fung-wong will spread heavy rainfall across Eastern China, South Korea and Japan this week.
The peak of hurricane season, among other things, arrives in the fall.
A brief warmup is in store for residents of the Northeast this weekend before more fall-like conditions return.
Fung-wong brings flooding rainfall across Philippines and Taiwan.
Charleston, SC (1989)
Hurricane Hugo intensified throughout the day as it moved northwestward toward Charleston. Hugo made landfall just before midnight (Sept. 22) over Sullivans Island, north of Charleston, with winds estimated between 130 and 150 mph northeast of the eye. Central pressure at the time of landfall was 934 MB or 27.58 inches. Winds gusted from 100-119 mph in downtown Charleston. The storm surge northeast of Charleston reached 20 feet, destroying most beach homes on the Barrier Islands.
Casper, WY (1994)
Temperature drops from 78 to 33 in 24 hours. 3" of snow accompanied the temperature plunge.
Roosevelt Roads Naval Station Puerto Rico (1998)
107 mph wind gust from Hurricane Georges.