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Inland San Francisco Bay Area goes under heat advisory Saturday

Friday morning First Alert Weather forecast 6/22/24
Friday morning First Alert Weather forecast 6/22/24 05:02

A large portion of the inland Bay Area went under a heat advisory for elevated temps in the mid 90s to mid 100s late Saturday morning, according to weather officials.

The Bay Area office of the National Weather Service said the advisory went into effect at 11 a.m. covering the interior North Bay Mountains, most of the inland East Bay and South Bay, the Central Coast, and the Santa Lucias. 

KPIX chief meteorologist Paul Heggen noted that, as with other recent hot spells, record highs are unlikely during the one-day heat wave. While most areas will get into the mid-to-high 90s or possibly break 100°, the temperature in Livermore could get as high as 110°.

The elevated temperatures on Saturday will present a moderate risk of heat-related illnesses, especially for vulnerable populations and could impact commerce and travel.

Residents are advised to limit their outdoor activities during the afternoon or evening and to never leave children or pets in vehicles.

On Sunday, Heggen said the region will return to typical June weather that will persist through most of next week with back-and-forth fog daily and inland highs in the 80s, with 60s and 70s by the water.  

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