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Expect continued hot temperatures for much of the Bay Area on Monday, after several records were broken on Sunday. Roberta Gonzales reports on how long the heat wave will last, Jessica Flores reports on power outages and Sandra Osborne reports on local cooling centers that are opening up. (6/19/17)
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