SF to hit 86 Wednesday; Bay Area heat records could fall elsewhere

SF to hit 86 Wednesday; Bay Area heat records could fall elsewhere Rising temperatures will hit an apex Wednesday, heating up the Bay Area with the hottest weather since October with numbers that could reach or shatter records set as far back as 1939. Officials reminded the public to drink plenty of water, avoid strenuous outdoor activities, wear lightweight clothing and never leave children, pets or the elderly in parked vehicles. After Wednesday, offshore winds responsible for the heat wave will reverse course, and temperatures will come crashing down Thursday, the weather service said.

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