Tired of the cold snap in the South Bay?

A small dose of relief is on the way.

San Jose, which experienced a record-low 26 degrees on Sunday morning, and the rest of the Bay Area can expect a warming trend by the middle of the week, according to the National Weather Service.

Before the cold snap breaks, the Bay Area can expect one more day of below-normal conditions, with highs topping out in the low 50s, expected, according to the National Weather Service.

San Jose is expected to to reach a high of 51; Oakland is expected to reach 54.

The weekend cold snap delivered a record-low of 26 degrees Sunday in San Jose, breaking the mark of 27 set in 1963, according to the weather service. Overnight lows were not as cold Monday, but San Jose still dropped to 33 degrees.

The warming trend is expected Wednesday, when temperatures should climb into the low 60s.

Temperatures are expected to steadily climb through the week and reach 63 degrees by Saturday.

"It's shaping up to be a good weekend so far," said forecaster Steve Anderson of the weather service.

Contact Mark Gomez at 408-920-5869. Follow him on Twitter @MarkMgomez



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