Two-year-old Lasia Lacey plays in the sand near her aunt’s dog, Bagera, a 10-week-old blue nose mastiff mix who also finds refuge from the heat in the cooler, wet sand on at Discovery Park as the temperature rose over 100 degrees on the last day of June.
Two-year-old Lasia Lacey plays in the sand near her aunt’s dog, Bagera, a 10-week-old blue nose mastiff mix who also finds refuge from the heat in the cooler, wet sand on at Discovery Park as the temperature rose over 100 degrees on the last day of June. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Two-year-old Lasia Lacey plays in the sand near her aunt’s dog, Bagera, a 10-week-old blue nose mastiff mix who also finds refuge from the heat in the cooler, wet sand on at Discovery Park as the temperature rose over 100 degrees on the last day of June. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Sacramento tops out at 107 degrees, driving peak electricity use

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