At least 11 Bay Area cities set records including Oakland, Richmond, Napa, Santa Rosa, San Jose, and SFO.
This comes just one day after a dozen heat records were broken across the Bay Area on Monday.
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Here are a few cities that set or tied records on Tuesday:
- Half Moon Bay - 85 (Previous Record: 72 in 1945)
- Kentfield - *100 (Tied Previous Record: 100 in 1985)
- Moffett Field - 101 (Previous Record: 89 in 2012)
- Napa - 102 (Previous Record: 97 in 1904)
- Oakland - 98 (Previous Record: 85 in 2008)
- Oakland Airport - 99 (Previous Record: 83 in 2012)
- Redwood City - 102 (Previous Record: 100 in 1994)
- Richmond - 100 (Previous Record: 91 in 2008)
- SFO - 99 (Previous Record: 88 in 1985)
- San Jose Airport - 99 (Previous Record: 98 in 1904)
- Santa Rosa - 100 (Previous Record: 96 in 1945)
The good news is that relief is on the way with temperatures gradually falling to average levels by Thursday and into the weekend.
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It's pretty incredible that a city surrounded on 3 sides by cold water (current ocean temp is 58°) that we were able to achieve this type of heat 3 days in a row.#BayAreaHeatWave pic.twitter.com/pZwLcSUS20— Drew Tuma (@DrewTumaABC7) June 12, 2019