Five cities set all-time marks



Five Bay Area cities broke or tied their all-time high temperature records on Tuesday — including Livermore, which had just broken its 72-year-old record on Monday.

Three other locations set records for the date, the National Weather Service said.

On Monday, Gilroy and Santa Rosa had set records for September — and they broke those on Tuesday.

The all-time records:

Livermore, 116. Tied the record it set Monday.

Santa Rosa, 115. Previous all-time record 113 (1913). Previous September record 112 (Sept. 5, 2022).

Napa, 114. Previous all-time record 113 (1961). Previous September record 111 (2020).

Redwood City, 110. Tied all-time record (1972) and broke September record of 108 (2017).

San Jose, 109. Previous all-time and September record 108 (2017).

The records for Sept. 6:

Gilroy, 113. Previously 112 for the date (2020) and for September (tie: Sept. 6, 2020, and Sept. 5, 2022).

San Jose airport, 109. Previously 105 (2020).

Half Moon Bay, 81. Previously 80 (2004).



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