A seaplane flies over the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in this view from the Marin Headlands near Sausalito, Calif. In the background the San Francisco skyline is bare visible in near 100 degree heat. Dozens of cooling centers opened throughout California, schools let students out early and outdoor events were cancelled as temperatures soared from a heat wave expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. In normally cool and foggy San Francisco, temperatures reached 98 degrees Friday afternoon, well above the city's 90-degree record set for this day in 1950.
A seaplane flies over the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in this view from the Marin Headlands near Sausalito, Calif. In the background the San Francisco skyline is bare visible in near 100 degree heat. Dozens of cooling centers opened throughout California, schools let students out early and outdoor events were cancelled as temperatures soared from a heat wave expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. In normally cool and foggy San Francisco, temperatures reached 98 degrees Friday afternoon, well above the city's 90-degree record set for this day in 1950. Eric Risberg AP
A seaplane flies over the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in this view from the Marin Headlands near Sausalito, Calif. In the background the San Francisco skyline is bare visible in near 100 degree heat. Dozens of cooling centers opened throughout California, schools let students out early and outdoor events were cancelled as temperatures soared from a heat wave expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. In normally cool and foggy San Francisco, temperatures reached 98 degrees Friday afternoon, well above the city's 90-degree record set for this day in 1950. Eric Risberg AP

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