Goodbye spring-like weather, hello summer heat.
The central San Joaquin Valley is expected to see a return of triple digits starting Monday, the National Weather Service said. Monday is expected to be 103 degrees, and the high Tuesday could reach 107. That is still below the record for the date of 110 set in 2008.
Mountain settings like Shaver Lake and Grant Grove Village will see daytime highs reaching into the mid-80s.
A system of high pressure is coming in starting on Sunday, with temperatures rising Monday and Tuesday.
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The National Weather Service is advising those sensitive to high heat to drink more water than usual, and make sure to find air-conditioned buildings if you do not have a cooling system in your home. Take special care with the elderly, children and pets, and avoid strenuous outdoor activity between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.