Bay Area breaks 100-year-old heat record

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Temperatures of several Bay Area cities soar during the latest heat wave. 

According to the National Weather Service, the city of Santa Rosa broke a hundred-year-old heat record when it hit 115 degrees on Tuesday. 

The South Bay also set a couple of records. San Jose reached a record high of 109 degrees on Tuesday. 

Livermore hit 115 degrees for the second day in a row and is also facing power outages due to the heat effect on the power grid. 

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