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While temperatures will remain near average through the weekend, the coming holiday week will likely see temperatures soar over 100 degrees in many inland areas of the North Bay. 


The Golden State is clear on Friday with fog hugging the coast south of the Bay Area. A plume of smoke is visible near a complex of fires in Fresno County.

By late this weekend, high pressure will begin to push in from the west. The center of the high pressure dome may move very close to Northern California and bring a quick heat-up by midweek.

Afternoon temperatures may be up to 20 degrees above average on Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs across the hottest inland valleys of the North Bay reaching from 100-105 degrees.

The European model is one of the cooler ones.

It looks like the heat may ease a bit for the July 4th holiday and beyond, but stay well above normal through Saturday the 6th.

By Sunday the 7th the center of the heat dome may move north over the Oregon and Washington before finally shifting east.

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