Friday is expected to reach 100 degrees and Saturday it will be even hotter.
The Weather Channel is predicting very high temperatures for the Fredericksburg region, continuing a weeklong heat wave. On Friday, temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees with a 10-percent chance of rain and only 3 mph winds. Saturday will be even worse, with temperatures as high as 105 degrees, with a 10-percent chance of rain and a 9 mph wind. Here are some tips to stay safe during the heat from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: If you must be out in the heat:
Friday's high could reach 102 degrees.
The Weather Channel forecast is predicting high temperatures in the 100s for the Fredericksburg area by Friday. Today's temperature will reach 95 degrees with sunny skies, and on Friday it is expected to reach 102 degrees with isolated thunder storms. The extended forecast predicts Saturday will be 99 degrees and partly cloudy; Sunday could have temperatures as high as 101 degrees with partly cloudy skies; and Monday could reach 99 degrees with partly cloudy skies. The Weather Channel right now is predicting sunny skies for the Fourth of July with a high of 97 degrees. The city's social services department is accepting applications for cooling assistance to qualifying residents and families. For more information, check this story on …