The National Weather Service Issues Alert for the Central Valley ?

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The NWS hasn’t issued an alert for possible hottest weather conditions this upcoming weekend for the Central Valley.

Event: Special Weather Statement


…Hottest temperatures so far this season possible over the 


Strong high pressure centered over the Desert Southwest is 

forecast to build northwestward this weekend bringing potentially 

the hottest weather so far this summer to inland areas of 

northern California. 

High temperatures this weekend are forecast to range from 100 to 

110 degrees across the Central Valley and surrounding foothills. 

Overnight lows are forecast to be mild, particularly on Saturday 

night, ranging from the upper 60s to upper 70s with little or no 

relief from the Delta Breeze. 

The heat is forecast to moderate early next week as high pressure 

retreats allowing a return of the Delta Breeze. 

Anyone with outdoor activities this weekend should be aware of 

the potential for hotter weather and plan accordingly.

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