ABC7 Weather Anchor Spencer Christian says an Excessive Heat Watch will be in effect from Wednesday at 2 p.m. to Friday at 8 a.m. for much of the Northern Sacramento Valley.
He says highs will be in the upper 60s at the coast, near 90 around the bay, and 101 to 105 degrees inland. The intense inland heat will not begin to taper off until Thursday and Friday, but even then highs will still be in the mid-90s.
And although it will be hot in many inland locations, Spencer says the only spot that's projected to break a record on Tuesday is Gilroy.
How do you plan on beating the heat? Share your photos with us by tagging them Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with #abc7now.
Click here for the full AccuWeather Forecast, and click here to download the ABC7 Weather App.
Intense inland heat will be slow to taper this week in the Bay Area. Temps will reach 104 to 106 in some inland areas Tuesday & Wednesday.— Spencer Christian (@SpencerABC7) June 29, 2015
With temperatures above100 degrees the next two days, protect your health and avoid prolonged exposure to extreme heat and intense sunshine.— Spencer Christian (@SpencerABC7) June 29, 2015
100-degree temps tomorrow & Wednesday will give way to gradual cooling later this week.— Spencer Christian (@SpencerABC7) June 29, 2015
Ample sunshine & warmer weather today. Highest readings in the low 90s now. Turns hotter w/triple digits TUE & WED. pic.twitter.com/EDYCi3YHC3— Sandhya Patel (@SandhyaABC7) June 29, 2015