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  • Hot weather looms, but high, cold Sacramento rivers present dangers, require caution

    As temperatures climb significantly for the first time in 2017, Sacramento-area residents might turn to the Sacramento and American rivers for recreation and relief. Anyone doing so is urged to by Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey to note challenging conditions in the rivers as they continue to run high and cold after a winter of record-breaking precipitation.

As temperatures climb significantly for the first time in 2017, Sacramento-area residents might turn to the Sacramento and American rivers for recreation and relief. Anyone doing so is urged to by Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey to note challenging conditions in the rivers as they continue to run high and cold after a winter of record-breaking precipitation. Sacramento Fire Department
As temperatures climb significantly for the first time in 2017, Sacramento-area residents might turn to the Sacramento and American rivers for recreation and relief. Anyone doing so is urged to by Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey to note challenging conditions in the rivers as they continue to run high and cold after a winter of record-breaking precipitation. Sacramento Fire Department

Cold reality for swimmers: Be cautious around waterways this warm weekend

May 19, 2017 2:10 PM

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