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It’s the first time the reverse 911 system has been activated due to the hot weather.
What makes this current heat wave so uncommon, is the duration. Monday was the fifth-consecutive triple-digit temperature day in the inland Bay Area, away from the water, KPIX 5 chief meteorologist Paul Deanno observed.
Hot and dry conditions are now expected to continue through Thursday in the San Francisco Bay Area, where an excessive heat warning remains in effect through Tuesday night.
Triple-digit temperatures expected throughout the region Saturday have prompted air quality officials to issue a Spare the Air alert for the Bay Area.
Cool and cloudy weather Sunday morning caused flight delays of more than an hour at San Francisco International Airport, with a wet weather system forecast to hit the Bay Area on Monday.
Should rain sprinkle down Monday at some point, it will be the first time rainfall has hit the Bay Area on Memorial Day in 20 years.
Tuesday’s dry, sunny weather was expected to turn wet overnight with a rainy, cold front passing through the region.
People across Northern California woke up to another morning of cold temperatures, with forecasters predicting at least two more days of chilly weather.
Northern Californians slogged through another day of wet and windy weather as the second storm of the weekend moved through the region on Sunday.