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Just how hot will it get at the Mid-State Fair? Here’s the forecast

The Midway Spectacular parade makes its way through the California Mid-State Fair led by the unicycling juggling duo Something Ridiculous.
The Midway Spectacular parade makes its way through the California Mid-State Fair led by the unicycling juggling duo Something Ridiculous. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Here’s the good news for California Mid-State Fair goers this weekend: After weeks of above-average temperatures that often topped triple-digits, it’s expected to be slightly cooler.

Through Saturday, temperatures are expected to reach the high 90s by 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Temperatures will drop into the mid-80s by 8 p.m., with gentle-to-moderate northwesterly winds, according to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.

And by 10 p.m., temperatures will dip even farther into the mid-70s. And from Sunday into Tuesday, a “deep and persistent” marine layer predicted to develop along the coast will lead to below-seasonal temperatures in North County, Lindsey said.

But the cool weather won’t last long: By the end of next week, temperatures may once again rise to above-normal levels, according to Lindsey.

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