The Fresno heat roller-coaster is heading above 100 degrees again for Wednesday and Thursday before another cooldown begins Friday.
The National Weather Service Hanford says a Heat Advisory — meaning dangerously hot temperatures — will be in effect from 2 p.m. Wednesday until 7 p.m. Thursday.
CORRECTION: Cooling centers will be open tomorrow, June 4, (not today, June 3) https://t.co/2Imdrr7w7C
— City of Fresno (@CityofFresno) June 3, 2020
Tuesday’s temperature is predicted to top out at 97 degrees.
Wednesday’s forecast calls for a Fresno high of 103 degrees followed by 104 on Thursday.
Then a welcome cool-off to 93 degrees Friday and 82 degrees Saturday are in the forecast.
However, you can expect local gusty winds on the weekend.
A Heat Advisory remains in effect for the San Joaquin Valley from 2 PM PDT Wednesday afternoon until 7 PM PDT Thursday evening. A Heat Advisory means that a period of dangerously hot temperatures is expected. #cawx pic.twitter.com/rIHNMnmSsm
— NWS Hanford (@NWSHanford) June 2, 2020
The Heat Roller-Coaster
Late May and early June have brought temperature up-and-downs for the San Joaquin Valley.
Last week’s Fresno high temperatures ranged from 105 to 83.