San Francisco breaks all-time record high

San Francisco breaks all-time record high

San Francisco breaks all-time record high

The weeklong heat wave has been generated by high pressure over the West, the National Weather Service said.

Smoke from nearby wildfires will also linger to start the day but south winds may help to improve conditions later in the day.

Blistering heat and near-record temperatures will continue across San Diego County this weekend, according to the National Weather Service's latest forecasts.

The Yountville Community Pool will be open to those willing to pay a fee from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday and from noon until 4 p.m. on Monday.

More than a dozen people had to be treated for heat-related issues at an event in Pleasanton as the Bay Area sizzled as a heat wave dragged on Saturday. The city topped out at 102 degrees. This break from the heat is courtesy of the remnants of Tropical Storm Lidia, which will bring an increase in moisture to the region. The average daily high temperature topped 87 degrees, as well.

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An excessive heat warning for most of the county is still in effect through Friday night, while the mountains are under a less-serious heat advisory during that same period. The Watch runs from early Friday through Sunday evening. Keep an eye on both air quality and temperatures and stay this holiday weekend.

In Sacramento, temperatures are expected to shoot past 110 on Saturday.

The heat has peaked for Southern California, but parts of Northern California are set to see it soar some more. This could result in a cold front pushing through bringing cooler conditions, which would be the first such system in the region in nearly three months, according to the National Weather Service in Portland.

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