SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A mid-October warmth wave introduced Warmth Advisories to a lot of the Bay Space on Thursday, and a few cities beat longstanding high-temperature information, in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service. San Jose, Richmond, Napa and even San Francisco Worldwide Airport all noticed record-breaking warmth.
San Jose beat out a 110-year-old file for its Oct. 19 excessive temperature, NWS stated. In 1913, the earlier file was set at 91 levels. On Thursday, the temperature soared to 93 levels.
In Richmond, Thursday’s 92-degree excessive set a brand new file for Oct. 19. The earlier file was 89 levels, set in 2020.
Napa narrowly set a brand new Oct.19 file for prime warmth when it peaked at 95 levels Thursday. The earlier high-temperature file was set 90 years in the past in 1933 for a 94-degree day.
Vacationers and employees spending any time exterior of SFO Airport additionally felt a record-breaker. The earlier Oct. 19 file was set final 12 months in 2022 for 86-degree warmth. On Thursday, the temperature there was marked at 88 levels.
Along with record-breaking most highs, three Bay Space places had record-breaking excessive minimal temperatures for Oct. 19, in keeping with NWS. San Rafael solely cooled to 61 levels on Thursday, beating a 1979 file which was set at 60 levels. Richmond’s minimal temperature was 62 levels, trumping the 2015 file of 61 levels. SFO Airport noticed the minimal temperature solely dip to 63 levels for the file, the place the earlier file was 61 levels in 2014.
“A dome of excessive strain” over the Bay Space was the reason for the excessive warmth, defined KRON4 Meteorologist Kyla Grogan.
The Warmth Advisory issued Thursday has expired, and aid is already on the best way Friday. “By the weekend temperatures will slip beneath seasonal averages,” Grogan stated.
“There’s even a small likelihood of a bathe on Sunday bringing additional cooling,” she added.
Take a look at KRON’4s Climate Middle for extra data on the most recent forecast.