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Heat Advisory

National Weather Service San Diego CA
303 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

...Excessive Heat Warning Continues Across the Deserts...

...Heat Advisory Issued for the Inland Empire, Mountains Below
5000 Feet, and Inland San Diego County Effective Sunday...

.Strong high pressure aloft over the southwest states will
continue dangerously hot days across the deserts. Excessive heat
will continue through the weekend and through Monday in the lower
deserts...including the Coachella Valley. It will become hot again
this weekend, especially on Sunday, across the Inland Empire, the
mountains below 5000 feet, and across the inland valleys of San
Diego County.

San Bernardino and Riverside County Valleys-The Inland Empire-
San Diego County Valleys-San Bernardino County Mountains-
Riverside County Mountains-Santa Ana Mountains and Foothills-
San Diego County Mountains-
Including the cities of Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario,
Moreno Valley, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Corona, Escondido,
El Cajon, San Marcos, La Mesa, Santee, Poway, Crestline,
Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Running Springs,
Wrightwood, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, Julian, and Pine Valley
303 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017


The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a Heat
Advisory...which is in effect from 10 AM to 9 PM PDT Sunday.

* Temperature...highs will reach 100 to 110 across the Inland
  Empire, and 95 to 102 degrees in the mountains below 5000 feet
  and across the inland valleys of San Diego County.

* Impacts...Those working or spending time outdoors, the
  elderly, children, and those unaccustomed to excessive heat
  will be most susceptible to dangerous heat illness.


A Heat Advisory means that a period of hot temperatures is
expected which will create a situation in which heat illnesses
are possible.  Drink plenty of fluids...stay in an air-
conditioned room...stay out of the sun...and check up on
relatives and neighbors.

Take extra precautions...if you work or spend time outside.
When possible...reschedule strenuous activities to early morning
or evening.  Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and
heat stroke.  Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.

To reduce risk during outdoor work...the Occupational Safety and
Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks
in shaded or air conditioned environments.  Anyone overcome by
heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location.  Heat stroke
is an 9 1 1.



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