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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 24, 2018 at 5:10:12 pm PDT

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Rivers sure look inviting to cool off in on a hot Summer day, but what you may not know is that they carry hidden dangers. For starters, the water in these rivers are cold and they carry swift undercurrents. Venturing into a river, especially without a life vest, can be deadly. Don't be the next victim of a drowning or a water rescue!
High temperatures will be at or above the century mark throughout much of the San Joaquin Valley during the next few days. Today will be the hottest day this week. Folks need to take precautions to avoid heat stroke or heat exhaustion if they are spending time outdoors during the hottest part of the day (noon PDT to 6 pm PDT). If you’re going to be outdoors in the hot weather, drink plenty of water and avoid strenuous physical activity. Lather on the sunscreen and wear loose fitting, light-colored clothing and a hat. Make sure your pets/animals have a cool area to stay.


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