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Return of mariner layer, spread of cooler air signals end of Bay Area heat wave

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A four-day long heat wave that blasted the Bay Area with its first shot of summer air gave way Friday morning to a lower-pressure system that began nudging the heat-creating ridge of high pressure out of the region and allowing the region’s natural air conditioning to blow.

Fog along the coast returned, cool morning breezes reached far areas inland and temperatures were expected to be 8-15 degrees cooler in cities throughout the region than they were earlier in the week.

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