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Friday, September 18, 2015

A Heatwave is Coming This Weekend and You Can't Do a Damn Thing About It

Posted By on Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 10:04 AM

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Remember last week when it was hot and people kept talking about how hot it was? Well, prepare to make scintillating small talk again, because triple digit temps return to the bay this weekend!

Just when you thought all the hot air blowing from Dreamforce couldn't make San Francisco any hotter, Mother Nature is taking charge and pushing temps to 80 tomorrow and about 85 on Sunday, according to the Chronicle.

Over in the East Bay, buckle up for a sweaty 48 hours: Walnut Creek and Livermore will both creep past the 100 degree mark, while Oakland will simmer at a comparatively chill 90 degrees on Sunday. (Miami will also be 90 degrees this weekend, fyi.)

The Business Times reported earlier this month that more residential units in San Francisco now include air conditioning — a sure sign that our climate is changing (or that renters will now pay exorbitant sums for luxury amenities).

So unless you live in a climate-controlled condo where the only thing burning is your cash, you should check out the calendar to plan this sultry, sleepless weekend. 



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