Kyla Grogan says there's still a red flag warning in effect for the Bay Area through 8 p.m. There's a Spare the Air alert issued for Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for the East and South bays. A warmup is expected in the afternoon.
KTVU's Rosemary Orozco has your Bay Area forecast.
A fire weather watch will take effect in the Bay Area when temperatures climb and winds strengthen after a weak rain storm passes through on Sunday.
Rosemary Orozco says Saturday will be cloudy and Sunday morning might have a chance of showers.
Temperatures will be cooler Thursday with the hottest areas only geting into the 80s. KTVU's Mark Tamayo says there is also a chance of showers in parts of the Bay Area on Sunday.
Mark Tamayo said cooler temps and possible rain are in the in the longer term forecast, but fire danger is still present.
Mark Tamayo says today will be warm inland and mostly sunny. Temps in the high 80s
Rosemary Orozco says today will be warm and mostly sunny. Cooler temps will surface later this week.
KTVU's Mark Tamayo has your Bay Area forecast for Sunday, September 12, 2021.
Rosemary Orozco says that the morning drizzle and lightning will clear out later this morning, making for a partly cloudy but drier afternoon.
There is still a fire weather watch in the San Francisco Bay Area through Friday with possible thunderstorms and lightning, Steve Paulson says.
Here's the latest forecast from KTVU meteorologist Bill Martin.
Steve Paulson says it's going to be mild at the coast and up to 100 degrees inland.
Much of the inland Bay Area has flirted with or reached triple digits in the last couple of days. That will continue for Wednesday. KTVU Meteorologist Mark Tamayo says cooler temperatures are expected this weekend.
Tuesday is shaping up to possibly be the hottest day of the week with temperatures breaking the 100-degree mark inland, KTVU's Steve Paulson says.
The Bay Area is in for some warm and hot weather this week as the high temperatures that hit the region on Labor Day stick around for days tocome.
It's going to be a warm to hot day in much of the Bay Area on Labor Day, and that weather will stick around for much of the week. Residents are also advised that there is a Spare the Air alert in effect due to the combination of heat and smoky air.
KTVU's Mark Tamayo has your Bay Area forecast for the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Steve Paulson says today will start off hazy and temps could reach the low 80s.