SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Many of us labored to find some comfort Monday as record heat spread across just about all Bay Area neighborhoods. Only the coast was spared from the sweltering afternoon.
Monday's extreme heat established new all-time September high temperatures.
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Eleven cities in the greater Bay Area set record high temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.
More records could be broken Tuesday, as heat advisories have been expanded to include San Francisco and the Pacific Coastline.
Livermore took top honors with the highest record temperature of 116 degrees, which broke not only the daily record for Sept. 5 but the highest temperature ever recorded in that city. The previous all-time high was 115 recorded in 1950 and the previous record for Sept. 5 was 108 recorded, also recorded in 1950.
The highs in Gilroy and Santa Rosa reached 112, which set records for the date and the month. Gilroy's high tied its record for September set in 2017 and 2020.
Eight other cities experienced record heat for the date, ranging from 109 in Napa to 97 in San Francisco.
June 21 featured our previous hottest temperatures this year.
San Francisco and SFO were just 1 degree warmer that day compared to Monday.
Forecast models show a few neighborhoods reach even hotter levels on Tuesday.
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