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Weather: It'll be hot and muggy, but how bad can any Memorial Day weekend be?

Residents around the bay area can expect mostly sunny weather, with the possibility of scattered thunderstorms, this Memorial Day weekend.

"It's certainly going to be hot and humid," Bay News 9 meteorologist Juli Marquez said.

The skies today will be bright with a high of about 90 degrees.

Throughout the weekend mornings will warm and muggy, starting in the mid 70s. Coastal cities will stay cooler in the 80s, and cities further inland will peak in the 90s.

On Saturday, amid a mostly sunny day, there's a 10 percent chance of isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon, Marquez said.

For Sunday and Memorial Day, there's a 30 percent chance of scattered storms.

Weather: It'll be hot and muggy, but how bad can any Memorial Day weekend be? 05/23/14 [Last modified: Friday, May 23, 2014 10:17am]
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