Slightly above average temperatures the next few days due to a ridge of high pressure dominating our weather to our SE. Warmer temperatures can be expected in the North Valley compared to the Central Valley due to a slight Delta Breeze moderating temperatures farther South.
As we reach next week we can expect temperatures to take a dip towards more average values in the mid-to-low 90s as a low pressure system approaches the area from the Pacific on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday and Friday look to see the North Valley warm up in the upper-90s, as the Delta Breeze weakens. But the Central Valley should still stay in the mid-to-low 90s as the Delta Breeze is still strong enough to control the heat.
By Saturday another low pressure system moves into the area. The strength of the system is still uncertain but could be strong enough to drop our high temperatures into the upper-80s for some.
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