Plentiful sunshine and balmy temperatures are in the forecast for the San Francisco Bay Space with Tuesday anticipated to be the warmest of the week. The warmth will not final for lengthy, with the mercury forecast to drop on Wednesday.

Today’s heat climate is the outcome of a high-pressure system passing over the area. With gentle fog at seashores, coastal areas are anticipated to stay delicate with temperatures in the high-60s to low-70s whereas inland areas will rise into the 80s.


Here’s a rundown of forecast afternoon highs for the area:

— Half Moon Bay: 69 levels

— San Francisco: 70 levels

— Santa Cruz: 79 levels

— San Rafael: 80 levels

— Napa: 84 levels

— San Jose and Livermore: 85 levels

— Harmony: 87 levels

— Santa Rosa: 88 levels

A chilly and dry entrance is slated to attain the area on Wednesday, pushing temperatures down with 60s on the coast and alongside the bay entrance and 70s inland. The marine layer will deepen in a single day Tuesday into Wednesday and the ocean breeze will decide up. The cooler, foggy climate, particularly alongside the coast, stays in the forecast into the weekend. One other heat spell is doubtless subsequent week.



Amy Graff is a digital editor with SFGATE. Electronic mail her: agraff@sfgate.com.