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Weekend Forecast: Expect 100s today but it will cool down on Sunday

Hot weather continues for Saturday for Valley locations, but Sunday will see a host of changes.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The potential for dangerous heat continues Saturday with an extended Excessive Heat Warning from the Weather Service.  Many Valley locations were well over 100 degrees Friday with Stockton setting a new record at 105 degrees.\

Excessive heat means the temperatures and conditions can be a risk to your health especially those with outdoor exposure or lack of indoor cooling. 

Saturday will not be as hot with many locations dropping 2-4 degrees for highs, but it will still be hot enough for a warning.

The overnight temperatures were warm as well only dropping into the 60s and 70s Saturday morning.

Credit: KXTV

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 Big changes will begin Saturday night with wind moving in from the West 15-20 mph.  Sunday will see many changes.  Valley locations will drop about 15 degrees for highs with many topping out in the mid-80s with cloud cover and a breeze through much of the day.  Sierra locations will also see a big drop in temperatures from near 80 on Saturday to near 60 on Sunday.

The Sierra will also have some light showers and a few thunderstorms mostly north of 80 in the afternoon.

Monday temperatures will remain in the upper 80s but the wind will switch to a dry North wind and fire concerns increase. 

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WATCH MORE ABC10: Heat safety tips:

Heat exhaustion vs. heat stroke

Warning signs for heat exhaustion include the following:

  • Dizziness
  • Heavy sweating
  • Nausea

The symptoms of heat stroke are as follows:

  • High body temperature
  • Absence of sweating
  • Difficulty breathing
Credit: NWS Sacramento

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