Areas in the North Bay were expected eventually to have unhealthy air later Tuesday, according to the district. A high-pressure bubble that originated in the southern deserts is responsible for the rise in temperatures, and Schneider said it is still expanding and killing breezes that usually cool the area. Among the hottest of those spots was San Jose, which saw a high of 101, breaking last year’s mark of 98. Trump slams Dr. Fauci, downplays coronavirus as cases rise across U.S. Trump now crashing in 2020 as some fans bolt, echoing Trump U. debacle, Trump crashing as 2020 early voting jumps 400 percent, Trump campaign wants foreign policy topics added to second debate, Trump holds rallies in Arizona as he fights to win battleground states, Coming up on Tuesday, Oct. 20 edition of 'Special Report', Trump on his campaign: ‘I’m not running scared’, Trump slams Biden for listening to scientists as COVID-19 hospitalizations rise, "You're really going to feel the heat starting Sunday," says ABC7 News meteorologist Drew Tuma. “As we have this high pressure over us, it’s going to do very little for our winds, both at the surface and above us,” National Weather Service meteorologist Roger Gass said Tuesday. “They don’t have that option anymore. App users: For a better experience, click here to view the full map in a new window, Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, In California: Today's the deadline to register online to vote; Dodgers head to Series, More Than 70% of Shoppers Have This Food Fear About Coronavirus, Heat wave to bring 107-degree temps to Bay Area.

Forecasters said it will pack such a kick that not even the experts know how long it will stick around.

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“It’s just unbelievable how the weather has been the last few days,” he said.

The National Weather Service is issuing an excessive heat warning as California is experiencing temperatures 10 to 20 degrees above normal. Rick Hurd has covered breaking news, crime and public safety since 2011 after spending 16 years covering sports, including the A's and Sharks. At 11 a.m., Concord (74), Livermore (72), Pleasanton (64) Napa (55) and San Jose (54) had official air-quality index readings between 51-100, considered moderately unhealthy to breathe. Powerful Alaska earthquake triggered tsunami warning, Chris Hayes on the war on science inside the White House, Liberals float 'Truth & Reconciliation Commission' after Trump leaves, 'Exquisite scumbags': GOP vet Steve Schmidt on Trump's crash and choice facing Republicans, ‘Complicit’: Heitkamp on Sen. Cornyn, Republicans jumping ship as Trump polls sink, Soaring coronavirus cases overwhelm Wisconsin hospitals. If you're looking for a bright side with this heat wave, at least the air quality won't be terrible. The region’s high spot was 95 degrees in Livermore, where it reached triple digits Monday, and Concord wasn’t far behind at 89 degrees.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Its a hot one.#cawx pic.twitter.com/OHRFEuNnEi. “But people are also tired of seeing their friends and family suffer…They're tired of worrying about getting sick. Meals on Wheels San Francisco spokesperson Jim Oswald said he worried about the elderly residents the nonprofit serves, many of whom live alone on less than $1000 a month.

The ISO also declared a statewide stage 2 emergency, and warned if system conditions do not improve, it will declare a stage 3 emergency, which will lead to rotating power outages. “The coast is going to have its hottest day (Friday),” Schneider said. ", RELATED: Red Flag Warning issued for Bay Area: Here's where fire danger will be highest.

Water and snacks are provided for visitors. California’s Independent System Operator oversees the state grid and called for the alert. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! There are only 11 available seats due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A Spare the Air alert remained in effect through Friday — the total for the year is a record 37 — and the air quality readings from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District were expected to get worse as Tuesday progressed. Heat records were shattered across the Bay Area, with many cities hitting levels 10 degrees above previous highs for the day. A heat advisory began at 11 a.m., and a red flag fire warning for the East Bay hills and mountains, Santa Cruz mountains and North Bay hills started at 1 p.m. and was scheduled to run until 6. Temperatures reversed course, going down dramatically along the coast after a marine layer settled in, Gass said. Pleasant Hill is expected to have a high of 106 degrees by 6 p.m. today. Get Morning Report and other email newsletters. All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents! Smoke from the Glass Fire burning in Napa County and the Zogg Fire in Shasta County continued to billow over the region as the fires roared out of control Tuesday. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group), SUNOL, CA - AUGUST 14: The Sunol Glen Elementary School sign displays 107 degrees Fahrenheit in Sunoal, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. San Francisco will likely hit 90 degrees and the South Bay will see highs around 100. The break may be a brief one.

Here we go again, Bay Area. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group), WALNUT CREEK, CA - AUGUST 14: Jane Janopaul, 11, all of Walnut Creek, her brother Lincoln Janopaul, 11, and Cameron Lesher, 12, leap into the pool in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. But in San Jose, the mercury read 83 a day after it hit a record 101.

Heat Advisories in place around the Bay. “So we’re going to have a pretty stagnant air mass with smoke settling in.”. Ayala, who said he has been homeless in the city for the past three years, called the cooling center a life-saver for people like him, because libraries, cafes and other buildings that normally would be open are closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, 9/29, Spare the Air Alert! Red Flag Warning issued for Bay Area: Here's where fire danger will be highest, Hot, dry and windy conditions in Bay Area to prompt critical fire danger this weekend, click here to view the full map in a new window. “We’re doing extra duty by calling our clients and making sure they’re OK.”. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. The cooling center in Pleasant Hill is opened from Monday to Friday from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Watch the latest AccuWeather forecast and take a look at recent weather stories and videos. “That’s really about as far as we can go,” she said. Records fell throughout the Bay Area on Friday, even as advisories were changed to warnings and the state’s overseer of electricity warned customers to conserve energy or risk rolling blackouts. Get Morning Report and other email newsletters. Walnut Creek is expected to have a high of 107 degrees by 4 p.m. today.

WATCH: Stinson Beach residents worried folks will flock to the area amid heat wave. Pinnacles National Park fully reopens to visitors. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group). A 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the Alaska Peninsula, triggering a tsunami warning in the region that has since been downgraded to an advisory. Looking for place to escape the heat? Bay Area counties set up cooling centers, and non-profits were doing what they could to take care of those especially vulnerable to the heat. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group), FREMONT, CA - AUGUST 14: Kevin McCarthy, of Union City, enjoys a rainbow sherbet ice cream cone outside Niles Ice Cream Sweets and Eats in Fremont, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. A grueling heat wave is heading into town, and this time it's going to stick around a while. Who knows? The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning as California is experiencing temperatures 10 to 20 degrees above normal. Forecasters said it will pack such a kick that not even the experts know how long it will stick around. It's expected to deteriorate starting Friday, but should only be in the "moderate" category, with an air quality index between 50 and 100. Rick Hurd has covered breaking news, crime and public safety since 2011 after spending 16 years covering sports, including the A's and Sharks.

"Even next weekend still looks pretty warm. A grueling heat wave is heading into town, and this time it's going to stick around a … Also, this weekend many folks are expected to hit our local beaches, seeking some relief but officials are urging folks to reconsider, in the name of safety.



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