The official excessive heat warning is in effect from noon Sunday to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Not only will the heat be a concern but the danger for fire as well things will run hot and dry for several days including Father's Day so take extra caution if barbecuing for the weekend.
A Heat Advisory is in effect for the foothills for Sunday through Tuesday as well.
The forecast for Friday calls for a high of 97 degrees at Travis Air Force Base, increasing to 99 Saturday and 103 Sunday before dipping below the century mark Monday to 98, according to the National Weather Service.
Through Friday's press deadline, the Seminole community had observed five days of 100-degree or higher temperatures, with those days occurring between June 10 and June 15. The hot temperatures will create a unsafe situation in which heat illnesses are likely.
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As part of the heat advisory, forecasters warned there will be a high risk of heat stroke or other heat-related illness for those without air-conditioning or those outdoors for any extended period.
The risk will be greater for vulnerable residents such as young children, the elderly, people with chronic illnesses or disabilities, pregnant women and people who are socially isolated.
Immediately move the affected person to a cooler location and attempt to reduce body temperature by loosening clothes, applying a cold compress and giving water to drink. The department of health urges residents to seek medical attention if experiencing a rapid, strong pulse, a feeling of delirious or for those with a body temperature above 102 degrees. Keep pets in air conditioned areas. Warning signs of heat-related illnesses may include heavy sweating, muscle cramps, weakness, headache and nausea.
· - Never leave infants, children, elderly or pets in a parked auto.