Southwest US preps for 120 temps: Water, water, more water

No Chill: High Heat Here To Stay In NorCal A While

High temperatures in San Diego County's deserts are predicted to be 107 to 112 degrees Friday, 109 to 114 degrees Saturday, 111 to 116 degrees Sunday, 113 to 118 degrees Monday, 115 to 120 degrees Tuesday and 114 to 119 degrees Wednesday.

The National Weather Service said it wants the public to know the difference between signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Mid-90s daytime high temperatures were expected on Monday, before seeing the mercury ramp back to, or above, the 100-degree mark beginning on Tuesday. A less severe heat advisory for the remainder of Riverside County will extend from 11 a.m. today until 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Friday morning, temperatures were already running 5-10 degrees higher than normal at 6 a.m.in the valley than they were the day before.

Residents in Sacramento can expect highs of 100 degrees Friday, 103 Saturday and 106 both Sunday and Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

For a full weather forecast, visit the National Weather Service's website.

"With extremely steep slopes (and) a rugged and eroding trail, the (Three Sisters Falls) hike is listed as strenuous to extreme, and is suggested for those in good physical condition", sheriff's department spokesman Ryan Keim said. In 2016, rescuers responded to 51 calls to those areas.

It's about to get really hot in the Southwest, and health officials want people to stay alert.

As part of the heat advisory, forecasters warned there will be a high risk of heat stroke or other heat-related illness for those without air-conditioning or those outdoors for any extended period. Never leave young children or pets in an enclosed vehicle.even for a short time.as temperatures can quickly rise to life threatening levels.

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