Hot and Cold: Bay Area microclimates on full display

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Bay Area's famous microclimates were on full display.

Mid-afternoon temperatures ranged from about 60 degrees at coastal locations like Pacifica and Half Moon Bay to upper 90s at inland East Bay locations like Concord and Antioch.

FORECAST: It's hot and cold in the Bay Area

Of course, a 30-degree temperature range from coast to inland is quite typical on a mid-summer day in the Bay Area.

However, when we factor in the triple-digit temperatures that were measured today in places like Ukiah, Lakeport, and Vacaville, we see a more dramatic range of over 40 degrees.

Welcome to summer in the Bay Area!

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