Wild temperature spread in Bay Area ranges from 61 to 104

By By Filipa Ioannou Tuesday is the official start of summer, but Bay Area residents are already getting a taste of the dog days of August, with temperatures that broke records over the weekend forecast to stay sweltering in much of the region for the rest of the week.

On Monday, Bay Area residents were dressed in both sweaters and shorts, depending on where they were, as the National Weather service reported a 43-degree temperature spread at 1:30 p.m. when Half Moon Bay came in at 61 degrees and Livermore hit 104.

Keith Winston, 60, who lives in the Mission District of San Francisco — in [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate

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