Heat wave could break 102-year-old area record

Local A.M. weather: Aug. 28, 2017

It’s looking like dangerous heat in the Valley today as well as the lower Foothills. 

Valley temps will range between 105-110 degrees today, with the potential to break many records.

The National Weather Service predicts Monday's heat wave could break a Sacramento record set on this day in 1915 when temperatures reached 105 degrees.

This kind of heat is a danger to your health. Kids, seniors, and pets are especially at risk. The best way to avoid health impacts is to not be outside during the hottest times between 2-6 p.m. if you can.

Temps will cool a bit tomorrow, but valley locations should still top 100 degrees Tuesday through the rest of the week.

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