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Excessive Heat Warning in Effect as High Temperatures Roast Bay Area

A number of locations are expected to come close to or surpass daily high temperature records

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    Sweltering Temperatures Trigger Excessive Heat Warning

    After sweating through sizzling temperates on Sunday, the Bay Area will once again roast Monday afternoon, with several spots expected to soar into the triple digits. NBC Bay Area Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri reports.

    (Published Monday, June 10, 2019)

    The heat is on — again.

    After sweating through sizzling temperates on Sunday, the Bay Area will once again roast Monday afternoon, with several spots expected to soar into the triple digits, weather officials say.

    Monday's high heat prompted the National Weather Service to issue an excessive heat warning for the East Bay valleys, Santa Clara Valley and spots hugging the San Francisco Bay through the evening. All other Bay Area locations are under a heat advisory through the same time.

    A number of spots across the Bay Area are expected to come close to or surpass daily high temperature records, according to the weather service.

    Bay Area Faces 90s, 100s as Heat Wave Continues

    [BAY] Bay Area Faces 90s, 100s as Heat Wave Continues

    The Bay Area will once again roast Monday afternoon, with several spots expected to soar into the triple digits, weather officials say. Pete Suratos reports.

    (Published Monday, June 10, 2019)

    Livermore and Concord are expected to bake at 105 degrees, the weather service said. Santa Rosa is slated to peak at 103 degrees. San Jose is forecast to sizzle at 101 degrees. San Francisco, which is typically covered by fog this time of year, is expecting a high of 92 degrees.

    Weather officials are reminding people to stay hydrated, limit the amount of time they spend outside during the hottest time of the day, and keep a close eye on children and pets, making sure not to leave them in parked vehicles.

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