Extreme heat continues in Northern California

The temperature is expected to reach 42.2 °C in Sacramento, the capital of California. According to the National Weather Service forecast on Sunday morning, the maximum temperature of Merced in Central California will be 43.9 degrees Celsius.

San Francisco: Scorching heat continues to hit parts of northern California, prompting extreme heat warnings for much of the Francisco Bay area. While there were mild temperatures in San Francisco and coastal cities, some inland cities in the Bay Area and Northern California suffered the brunt of warmer conditions this weekend, Xinhua news agency reported.

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The temperature is expected to reach 42.2 °C in Sacramento, the capital of California. According to the National Weather Service forecast on Sunday morning, the maximum temperature of Merced in Central California will be 43.9 degrees Celsius.

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"The heat is going to be very limited to areas that are going to be pretty far off the coast," National Weather Service meteorologist Braden Murdock said in a report in the San Francisco Chronicle. Meteorologists said that the trend of cooling will start from Monday and will continue till the middle of the week.

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