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Last Map Update: Thu, Aug. 22, 2019 at 6:06:25 pm PDT

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High temperatures Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon throughout the San Joaquin Valley will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Widespread triple digit heat is likely in the San Joaquin Valley Sunday through at least Tuesday. by Friday. Dry weather will persist.
High temperatures Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon throughout the Southern Sierra Nevada foothills will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Maximum temperatures Sunday afternoon, Monday afternoon, and Tuesday afternoon in the Southern Sierra Nevada foothills will be six to eight degrees above their typical values for the latter half of August. Dry weather will persist.
High temperatures Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon throughout the Southern Sierra Nevada will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Maximum temperatures Sunday afternoon, Monday afternoon, and Tuesday afternoon in the Southern Sierra Nevada will be six to eight degrees above their typical values for the latter half of August. Dry weather will persist.
Most people have experience with this kind of heat and will instinctively know how to avoid heat-related problems. Although heat events like this are relatively common and happen many times a year, heat-related impacts are possible Sunday for those new to the area if simple precautions are not taken. Plan to take action to reduce time outdoors, drink plenty of water, and remain in air-conditioned buildings. Heat-sensitive groups, such as the elderly, young children, and those with chronic ailments may need assistance to avoid heat-related illness. As always, never, ever leave a child or pet in an enclosed automobile.

 

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