The central San Joaquin Valley enjoyed one last day of temperatures in the 80s Wednesday before a hot spell hits: Thursday’s forecast high in Fresno is 96 in Fresno, followed by 93 Friday. Paola Leyva left, tosses a bean bag as her team partner Sandra Barbo, right, cheers her on in one of the many activities held at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno on Wednesday as part of Hospital Week.
The central San Joaquin Valley enjoyed one last day of temperatures in the 80s Wednesday before a hot spell hits: Thursday’s forecast high in Fresno is 96 in Fresno, followed by 93 Friday. Paola Leyva left, tosses a bean bag as her team partner Sandra Barbo, right, cheers her on in one of the many activities held at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno on Wednesday as part of Hospital Week. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
The central San Joaquin Valley enjoyed one last day of temperatures in the 80s Wednesday before a hot spell hits: Thursday’s forecast high in Fresno is 96 in Fresno, followed by 93 Friday. Paola Leyva left, tosses a bean bag as her team partner Sandra Barbo, right, cheers her on in one of the many activities held at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno on Wednesday as part of Hospital Week. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Valley braces for high temperatures Thursday, Friday

May 11, 2016 06:34 PM

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