The National Weather Service (NWS) is predicting elevated temperatures in the latter part of this week. On Thursday and Friday temperatures are expected in the mid/high 80s in San Francisco.
People should check on friends, family and neighbors that may be vulnerable to heat illness. Call 911 if you or someone you know is experiencing a medical emergency. San Francisco has a variety of public places people can go to seek relief from the heat. Facilities with air conditioning include a few of our public libraries, cultural centers and civic facilities. As these facilities confirm their availability, they will be posted to www.sf72.org.
For people seeking heat relief at San Francisco beaches please remember that our beaches have hazards such as sneaker waves, strong rip currents and unpredictable wave patterns. It is recommended that people consider lifeguard-protected beaches in other parts of the Bay Area as an alternative. People cooling off in coastal regions should stay on dedicated trails, adhere to safety signage and stay off cliff edges.
Keep an eye on children or anyone who can be vulnerable to falling out of an open window. Make sure there are appropriate safeguards when there is an open window to keep toddlers and small children safe. Window screens will not prevent someone from falling.
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