According to the National Weather Service, strong high pressure building across the region will result in very hot temperatures later this week, with record high temperatures likely on Friday and Saturday.
Daytime high temperatures will be around fifteen to twenty-five degrees above normal and will range from 100 to 115 in the central valley and will reach into the 80’s and 90’s in the upper Sierra Nevada.
Low temperatures will range from the fifties in the high Sierra to the upper seventies in the central valley.
Complete outdoor activities in the morning. Care should be taken to ensure that sensitive groups including the elderly and small children, limit their exposure to the heat.