As a heat wave moves into the Bay Area, the summer’s first Spare the Air Day has been called for Tuesday.
Expect a whole lot of sunshine to jump start your week as temperatures climb into the triple digits in some parts of the San Francisco Bay Area.
East Bay neighborhoods will be in the triple digits for the next couple of days. As temperatures peak on Wednesday, a “Heat Advisory” may be issued.
Monday’s hot weather led to delays throughout the BART system and a the closure of a station in Berkeley for several hours.
The National Weather Service is reminding the public to drink water and avoid leaving children and pets in parked cars due to a heat advisory that’s been issued for Monday afternoon.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory in effect until 9 p.m. tonight for the San Francisco Bay Area and the Monterey Bay Area.
Forecasted temperatures approaching 100 degrees in the Bay Area on Thursday and Friday have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory for the region.
Partly cloudy skies and patchy fog in the Bay Area were bringing cooler temperatures to the region Tuesday morning.
The Bay Area saw record high temperatures in several places Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Downtown San Francisco saw temperatures reach 88 degrees, surpassing the previous record of 87 degrees set in 1922.
Flames engulfed suburban homes and shot up along canyon ridges in one of the worst of several blazes that broke out Wednesday in Southern California during a second day of a sweltering heat wave, taxing fire crews who fear the scattered fires mark only the beginning of a long wildfire season.