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Record Heat Wave

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We could looking at record consecutive days of heat affecting Central California. NWS Hanford says to expect temps up to110  in foothill locations.Night time temps in Valley cities could be very warm.  On the Coast forecaster John Lindsey says to expect record breaking daily high temperatures in northern SLO county over the weekend into Monday. “The current record for Sunday, June 30 is 107 degrees set back in 1996. Monday’s current record is also 107 degrees that was recorded in 1950. At this time,high temperatures in Paso Robles are expected to range between 107 and 110 degrees during this time frame”On the Coast look for tempos in the 80s on south facing beaches including Cayucos and Avila.Current forecast models suggest Monday could be warmest day of the forecast period.

In Sequoia Kings Canyon no open cmaping fires below 6000ft.

One possibility is that by the end of the heat wave, we may see a record tied or broken for the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth perhaps in Death Valley which has a 134 F record set in 1913.

 

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