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The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch for Thursday afternoon through Monday evening.

Temperatures:

Daytime temperatures from 95 to 105 in many inland valley locations and 105 to 115 in the far interior and higher elevations. Overnight lows will range from 55 to 65 in the cooler valleys and 65 to 85 in the higher elevations.

Impacts:
Potential for high risk of heat related illness, especially for sensititve groups: elderly, children, sick people as well as pets and livestock. This heat will also be dangerous to anyone without proper hydration or adequate cooling.

Preparedness Actions:

  • Stay hydrated by drinking more water than usual.
  • Limit outdoor, strenuous activities during the hottest time of the day.
  • Help elderly, children, the sick, and pets stay cool.

Cooling Cener:

The City of Mill Valley has opened a Cooling Center at the Mill Valley Recreation Center at 180 Camino Alto, from 1:00 to 7:00 pm today and noon to 7:00 pm tomorrow. Click here for information about other Marin area Cooling Centers.

Visit the link below for more information.

Marin County Press Release