High pressure lingering along the west coast will bring about another warm to hot day around the Bay Area Friday.
Hottest cities are expected to go into the 80s and 90s, some 15 degrees above average for late April.
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Over the weekend high pressure will begin to move east, allowing some cooling to occur with high temperatures by Sunday staying in the 60s and 70s.
Early next week, low pressure will dive south out of the Gulf of Alaska which will bring sharply cooler weather with daytime highs below average on Monday in the 50s and 60s.
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By Tuesday, we will see the chance for light showers with low pressure lingering across California.
We will keep light showers in the forecast for much of next week and temperatures will remain below average.
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