Extreme heat hits the West Coast

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country.
0:52 | 06/11/19

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New heat threat out west record breaking temperatures. Hitting the coast air heat warnings and advisories from Arizona. To Washington's agent just here tracking it out agent or hate Cecilia I know your from the Bay Area but did you know that San Francisco airport has never seen a 100 degree temperature or higher in June July or August. Until yesterday yes they did it daily records broke all over the usually reserve those. For September but now we're seeing numbers like Monterey at 97 Oceanside that's that is on the side of the ocean should not be that warm 85 was their daily record. And that was just one of the days we've got another very hot today. Day today and tomorrow that's why you have those excessive heat warnings from Arizona right through Southern California look at port Lindh today to 97. A quick look at what's coming. Water Weis this is that could topple up river in western North Carolina dozens of rescues they're not drying out rap and patience and thank you.

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