Just after 6 p. Stay cool everyone! CAwx CAheat heatwave pic. The record-high temperatures come as most of the state is experiencing a brutal heat wave as well as several wildfires burning throughout the state. The NWS San Francisco said the Bay Area city posted a temperature of degrees, 8 degrees higher then the previous record set in While Sacramento and Modesto broke records today, the NWS Sacramento said the two cities also tied their all-time September monthly record highs. All News Video. Local News. Placer County Back To Red?
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The National Weather Service said the last time downtown reached degrees was on July 23, , during a record day stretch of triple-digit temperatures. The last time this happened was July 23rd, , during the record breaking 11 day consecutive stretch of triple digit temperatures. CAwx pic. The excessive heat the region is experiencing has put a lot of stress on the electrical grid, prompting California ISO to order rolling blackouts to help maintain grid stability. The first round of rolling blackouts came on Friday evening affecting thousands across the state, including nearby El Dorado County and the Bay Area. A second round was called for on Saturday, impacting customers in San Joaquin County and multiple areas through the Central Valley. All News Video. Local News. Placer County Back To Red? Updated Results Favor Trump Early returns had Placer County turning blue in the presidential election, but updated results show that's not the case.
With summer temperatures on the rise, staying safe in the heat is critical. Make sure that you stay hydrated as much as possible and try to limit your activities to indoor areas that are air conditioned to avoid possible heat—related illnesses. A fun way to beat the heat and cool off is by using any of the 17 pools that are open in the City. Discounts are available. Find the complete list of pools and openings. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are the most reported heat-related illnesses. Warning signs of heat exhaustion include:. Please note that languages other than English will be written by machine translation and may contain errors. Accessibility mode is enabled.