A heat advisory is in effect for Sunday morning through Monday night for inland valleys in the San Francisco Bay Area, National Weather Service officials said today.
The advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. Sunday to 9 p.m. Monday as temperatures could reach as high as the low 100s in some areas.
Weather officials said lows will mostly be in the 60s.
Prolonged exposure to high temperatures increases the risk of getting a heat-related illness.
Pets and livestock may require extra care. Also, the heat increases the risk of human-sourced wildfires, according to weather officials.