Weather spikes in Bay Area

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If you thought it was hotter than normal for April yesterday, you were correct.

The National Weather Service issued a warning earlier this week for the Bay Area, warning residents that the temperatures would rise midweek. The Bay Area temperatures remained mild for the most part through Wednesday and at 3:30 p.m. it was 83 degrees in Hayward, according to the NWS.

The NWS said in the warning that several Bay Area cities were expected to set record temperatures including Oakland, Livermore and San Francisco, which were all expected to reach temperatures of greater than 90 degrees on Wednesday.

The temperatures are expected to drop Thursday and there is a 40 percent chance of showers on Friday. According to the NWS, a high-pressure system over Nevada turned off the sea breeze that normally provides a cool down this time of year.

The NWS also said that spring is a sporadic time for the weather and this is not unusual for April.