BAY AREA (KRON) — Several locations in the Bay Area are seeing record-breaking temperatures Tuesday as the latest heat wave rolls through the region. 

According to the National Weather Service, Santa Rosa broke a 73-year-old record with today’s temperature hitting 93 — just three degrees higher than the 1946 record.

On the other side of the bay, Oakland reached a high of 86, breaking the 1999 record of 80. 

Gilroy’s weather tied with a 1987 high, hitting 91 today. 

As for San Francisco’s weather, the weather agency says data for downtown is unavailable because of a website glitch. 

Sunny conditions are expected to continue across the Bay Area for much of the week, with a cool down likely this weekend. 

Get the full weather forecast here

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