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Here's How Hot It Could Get Thursday in the Bay Area

Triple-digit temperatures are expected in several Bay Area locations

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Summer hasn't even officially started, but extreme heat will roast the Bay Area Thursday afternoon.

Here's a look at just how hot it could get in various locations, according to the National Weather Service.

  • Cloverdale: 107 degrees
  • Santa Rosa: 103 degrees
  • Napa: 99 degrees
  • Fairfield: 106 degrees
  • San Rafael: 100 degrees
  • Concord: 107 degrees
  • San Francisco: 81 degrees
  • Livermore: 106 degrees
  • Half Moon Bay: 77 degrees
  • San Jose: 98 degrees
  • Santa Cruz: 94 degrees
  • Hollister: 98 degrees
  • Monterey: 80 degrees

The sizzling heat could break several record highs across the Bay Area.

Much of the region is under either a heat advisory or excessive heat warning.

A statewide Flex Alert has been issued for Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. A Spare the Air alert has also been issued.

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