East Bay residents can expect a bump in warm weather early this week -- a far cry from the rain and chill the area has seen in recent weeks.
According to an alert from the National Weather Service, temperatures will jump roughly 10 degrees during the week, thanks to a high-pressure system. The coast will see temperatures around the upper 70s and inland, temperatures will jump to the mid 80s.
It is possible a few areas could reach as high as 90 degrees, the National Weather Service stated.
A few locations in the Bay Area could break daytime high temperature records on Monday and Tuesday.
However, a significant change in the weather is expected to hit the Bay Area starting Wednesday, when temperatures are expected to drop again significantly.
Normal temperatures are expected to return by the end of the week, and showers are possible in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties on Friday.
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