A heat advisory was issued for Alameda County on Tuesday by the National Weather Service to cover Wednesday and Thursday, according to a Nixle alert.
According to the alert, cities in the Tri-Valley may have temperatures reaching 105 degrees on Wednesday and even higher on Thursday. Cities in western parts of the county will have cooler temperatures than those in the eastern parts of the county.
For those with health concerns surrounding heat or who don’t have air conditioning, there are cooling centers open during the day. In Alameda County, these include the Alameda Free Library, Mastick Senior Center and the Bay Farm Island Library, according to the alert.
Contact Ella Langenthal at [email protected].