High tide peaked at around 2:45pm on Sunday, bringing plenty of cooling water closer to the beach.
Early Sunday morning, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the San Francisco Bay Area, in effect until 9pm Sunday evening, and forecasting record high temperatures in the afternoon.
By late afternoon, the service was predicting that temperatures would begin to cool on Monday, but remain above normal through most of the week.
If ocean winds develop, and the wild fires in Trinity County abate, Bay area residents may begin to see some of the smokey haze clear as early as Monday.
— Action Alameda News (@ActionAlameda) August 16, 2015