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Saturday, June 19
City to log its nineth 90-degree day of the season. Any lingering morning cloudiness departs early, setting the stage for a mostly sunny Saturday. Hot inland with highs reaching the lower 90s, but light onshore winds keep readings in the lower 80s at the beaches. Moderate humidity levels. Fair overnight. Lows fall to the lower and middle 60s.

Sunday, June 20
Summer solstice at 10:32 pm. Partly sunny, hot and more humid for Father’s Day. Gusty southwest winds allow highs to reach the lower 90s. Scattered afternoon thunderstorms, become more numerous at night.

Monday, June 21
Partly sunny, breezy and cooler with comfortable humidity. Highs reach the low/mid 80s. Northwest winds 12-22 mph and gusty. Cool overnight with lows in the 50s.

Tuesday, June 22
A break from the AC. Mostly sunny, rather windy and on the cool side for the season. Northwest-north winds 12-22 mph. High only reach the lower 70s. Lows drop to the 50s again.

Wednesday, June 23
Temperatures rebound to around 80, accompanied by a modest increase in humidity. Partly sunny skies. A few thunderstorms possible in the afternoon and evening.

Thursday, June 24
A lot of morning sun, but clouds increase and build in the afternoon. Windy and very warm with highs around 90. Some thunderstorms possible overnight.

Friday, June 25
Mainly cloudy, warm and humid with showers and thunderstorms likely. Highs reach the middle and upper 80s. Southeast-south winds 10-20 mph.

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