October day breaks high temperature records across Bay Area

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It’s fall season, but temperatures in different Bay Area cities are setting records. The Wednesday heat in cities such as San Francisco and Oakland is either tied or broken. 

According to the National Weather Service, October 19 in Downtown Oakland was as warm as 91 degrees, which broke the 31-year-old record of 84 degrees. 

Other records broken on this day include 86 degrees at SFO airport, breaking the record of 85 in 1964. 

However, NWS said all the data should be considered preliminary. Official data will be available from the National Centers for Environmental Information.

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