Bay Area braces for multi-day heat wave

Bay Area braces for multi-day heat wave

Bay Area braces for multi-day heat wave

Temperatures will also rise in the mountains where highs of 92 to 102 degrees are expected over the weekend, and highs of 96 to 104 degrees are in the forecast Monday through Wednesday, according to the NWS.

Starting Saturday, the century mark will be crossed, according to the weather service.

The high for Monday will be 101, Tuesday's high is expected to be near 105 degrees and Wednesday is expected to reach 106 degrees. When temperatures reach 95 degrees or above, employers are required to implement high-heat procedures to ensure outdoor workers are protected.

But that doesn't mean much cooler.

Sunny skies were forecast in Orange County, along with highs of 69 in Laguna Beach; 70 in San Clemente; 72 in Newport Beach; 87 in Irvine and Anaheim; 88 in Mission Viejo; 89 in Fullerton; and 92 in Yorba Linda. Heat stress to livestock with limited relief from heat overnight.

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Cal/OSHA is reminding all employers to protect their outdoor workers from heat illness, especially those not accustomed to working in high heat conditions. People at increased risk include young children, older adults, pregnant women, people with chronic diseases, people with disabilities, those who work outside, the homeless, and people who are socially isolated.

The state says these workers must be monitored carefully for signs of heat illness and should, if possible, be allowed to begin work earlier in the day when the temperature is lower or gradually work up to a full schedule.

Immediately move the affected person to a cooler location and attempt to reduce body temperature by loosening clothes, applying a cold compress and giving water to drink. Many residents didn't have air conditioners or couldn't afford to run them if they did.

The health department warns not to leave children or pets in a parked vehicle.

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