List of Bay Area cities that broke record highs

(National Weather Service)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Cities all over the Bay Area are breaking records Friday as extremely hot weather sweeps the region.

San Francisco broke its all-time record high for any day at 2:43 p.m. when it hit 104 degrees.

The last time downtown San Francisco reached 100 degrees was on June 14, 2000 when it reached 103 degrees, which was the city’s all-time record high until today.

Gilroy broke its Sept. 1 record by 1 p.m. when temperatures hit 107 degrees. Until today, the hottest temperature for this day was 102 degrees in 1976.

Here is the official record report from the National Weather Service for Friday:

…RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SEP 1, 2017…

LOCATION – MAX TEMP – PREVIOUS RECORD
———————————————————
SANTA ROSA – 110 – 105 IN 1950
KENTFIELD – 107 – 103 IN 1955
SAN RAFAEL – 109 – 103 IN 1955
RICHMOND – 102 – 93 IN 1955
SAN FRANCISCO – 106 – 90 IN 1952
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT – 104 – 94 IN 1955
OAKLAND AIRPORT – 101 – 99 IN 1952
MOFFETT FIELD – 106 – 93 IN 2002
LIVERMORE – 109 (TIED) – 109 IN 1952
SAN JOSE – 108 – 101 IN 1950
GILROY – 107 – 102 IN 1976
SANTA CRUZ – 105 – 102 IN 1955
SALINAS – 103 – 91 IN 2010
SALINAS AIRPORT – 105 – 96 IN 1952

…RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER…

LOCATION MAX TEMP PREVIOUS RECORD
———————————————————
SANTA ROSA (TIED) – 110 – 110 ON 9/14/1971
KENTFIELD – 107 – 106 ON 9/14/1971
SAN FRANCISCO – 106 – 101 ON 9/14/1971
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT – 104 – 103 ON 9/14/1971
OAKLAND AIRPORT – 101 – 100 ON 9/28/2010
MOFFETT FIELD – 106 – 105 ON 9/14/1971
SAN JOSE – 108 – 106 ON 9/9/1944

…ALL TIME RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES…

LOCATION MAX TEMP PREVIOUS RECORD
———————————————————
SAN FRANCISCO DOWNTOWN – 106 – 103 ON 6/14/2000
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT – 104 – 103 ON 9/14/1971
MOFFETT FIELD – 106 (TIED) – 106 ON 6/14/2000

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