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September 3, 1991 | Associated Press
The summer that never was flared up for at least a day in downtown San Francisco, where the temperature hit 94 degrees Monday, shattering a 102-year-old record. Light offshore winds cut off the sea breeze and warmed the city on the unofficial last day of summer, said National Weather Service meteorologist Gary Lipari. "It's as hot in San Francisco as it is in Livermore, when usually there's a 30-degree difference," said Lipari.
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July 31, 1995 | Associated Press
Bay Area residents got a feel of what summer is like for the rest of the world Sunday when a stiff breeze whisked away clouds and fog and let temperatures soar to record highs. San Francisco hit 99 degrees, shattering the record for the day of 85. In Alameda, a 97-degree reading broke the 1977 record of 89 degrees. "It was unusually hot at the coast," said John Burkhardt with the National Weather Service. "It was just regularly hot everywhere else."
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July 16, 1995 | Associated Press
Record-breaking hot weather is making for the smoggiest air over the San Francisco Bay Area this decade, the local air quality board said Saturday. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District asked residents to cut back on driving, barbecuing, and mowing with gas-powered machines Sunday. It was the third day in a row the agency had made such a request.
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July 16, 1995 | Associated Press
Record-breaking hot weather is making for the smoggiest air over the San Francisco Bay Area this decade, the local air quality board said Saturday. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District asked residents to cut back on driving, barbecuing, and mowing with gas-powered machines Sunday. It was the third day in a row the agency had made such a request.
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July 31, 1995 | Associated Press
Bay Area residents got a feel of what summer is like for the rest of the world Sunday when a stiff breeze whisked away clouds and fog and let temperatures soar to record highs. San Francisco hit 99 degrees, shattering the record for the day of 85. In Alameda, a 97-degree reading broke the 1977 record of 89 degrees. "It was unusually hot at the coast," said John Burkhardt with the National Weather Service. "It was just regularly hot everywhere else."
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September 3, 1991 | Associated Press
The summer that never was flared up for at least a day in downtown San Francisco, where the temperature hit 94 degrees Monday, shattering a 102-year-old record. Light offshore winds cut off the sea breeze and warmed the city on the unofficial last day of summer, said National Weather Service meteorologist Gary Lipari. "It's as hot in San Francisco as it is in Livermore, when usually there's a 30-degree difference," said Lipari.
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