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Wednesday morning forecast June 10th

Hot, dry and humid conditions will prompt critical fire weather along the Central and South Coast for Wednesday. Due to an offshore flow from both north to east inland areas will warm an additional 4 to 8 degrees. Daytime highs along the coast and inland areas will remain 15 to 20 degrees above average in the upper 80s, 90s to 100s.

The ridge of high pressure will dominate the region for one more day. As the ridge is expected to shift east on Thursday bringing a much needed relief for the coasts and valleys. A trof will move in with temperatures likely to cool down 10 degrees. This will also strengthen an onshore flow bringing more coastal clouds from night to morning.

A cooling trend will continue into the weekend with temperatures staying warm in the mid to upper 70s. Due to a warm air mass temperatures will be slightly warmer on Sunday with the trend continuing into early next week prompting another very warm region.

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