San Francisco: Warmth to Last Through Monday

By Michael Kuhne, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
June 9, 2014; 3:43 AM ET
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While escaping the core of the heat, warm days are still shaping up for San Francisco through Monday.

A ridge of high pressure building across California will promote blazing triple-digit heat across the interior through Monday.

There will be enough of an onshore flow to keep the heat held at bay around San Francisco, but temperatures will still rise to the upper 70s and near 80F.

Any low clouds and fog will burn off by midday with mostly sunny skies expected by the afternoon hours. Morning clouds could cause flight delays at San Francisco International Airport.

An upper-level disturbance will break down the ridge on Tuesday, causing temperatures to return to more seasonable levels.

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The disturbance will pass through dryly without any welcome rainfall.

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