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Posted: Sunday, July 8, 2012 10:59 am | Updated: 12:45 pm, Thu Jun 13, 2013.

Lodi, that time has come. This week will be the hottest week the city has seen so far this summer. Starting Monday, temperatures will skyrocket into the triple digits, hitting 100 degrees during the day before cooling down to the low 60s at night. 

It will stay that way throughout the week, with the hottest day looking like Tuesday at around 103 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. However, some independent forecasting services are predicting temperatures as high as 108. Night temperatures will slip to the low 60s.

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4 comments:

  • Kevin Paglia posted at 9:24 pm on Mon, Jul 9, 2012.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 1989

    Lodi News: It might be a good idea to do an article on the signs of heat stroke AND encourage parents to talk to thei kids about it. To quote GI Joe, knowing is half the battle. I'm amazed how many kids a year I run into on the sports fields that don't know what heat stroke is or signs of it.

     
  • Jerome Kinderman posted at 7:33 pm on Sun, Jul 8, 2012.

    Jerome R Kinderman Posts: 2350

    Yes, but at least it’s a “dry” heat. And this isn’t just a catch-phrase. For those who have never lived in a high humidity area, 99 degrees (such as we enjoyed today in Lodi) are t least tolerable. Of course sitting directly in the sun with the temperatures in the 90’s and above isn’t all that fun, but I took about an hour today sitting in the shade reading a book and enjoyed it immensely.

    Being from hot and humid Philadelphia, Pennsylvania it’s even worse in an urban area with so much asphalt and vehicle exhaust to add to the unbearable summer days. But when I was younger, I remember how much the neighborhood kids enjoyed it when the fire hydrants were opened to cool them down. It’s too bad I’ve never seen that here. I suppose there’d be outrage over the “waste” of water. Sad. [crying]

     
  • Kevin Paglia posted at 5:28 pm on Sun, Jul 8, 2012.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 1989

    [sad]Will make for some interesting cycle riding this next couple weeks.

     
  • Michael Thompson posted at 4:39 pm on Sun, Jul 8, 2012.

    winston Posts: 97

    It is expected that there is an early and hot to summer as winter started late and was short. Hopefully, this will mean an upcoming wet winter that will be of great value in the Central Valley.


     
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