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.
As of 420pm, 5 records so far:
93 at Santa Rosa breaks 90 in 1946
88 at KSFO breaks 85 in 1959
88 at KNUQ breaks 86 in 1946
86 at Oakland Museum, breaks 80 in 1999
91 at Gilroy ties the record set in 1987— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) April 23, 2019
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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