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Cloverdale Police Department
Monday August 15th, 2022 :: 03:33 p.m. PDT


Excessive Heat Watch issued for Tuesday in the interior areas of North Bay

Due to relatively high temperatures forecast from Monday, August 15th through Thursday, August 18th, the City of Cloverdale is advising residents to be prepared. The current forecasted temperatures are expected to reach 100+ with Tuesday being the hottest day. According to the National Weather Service, an Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for the interior areas of North Bay, East Bay, and the Central Coast from Tuesday morning through Tuesday evening.
The City of Cloverdale wants you to be prepared by following these helpful tips:
Avoid being outdoors during peak hours 
Go to an air-conditioned room (if available)
Avoid strenuous activities
Be on the lookout for heat illness
Wear light clothing
Check on your relatives and neighbors
Drink a lot of water
Be on the lookout for heat cramps, exhaustion, and heat stroke
Never leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles

Open windows and doors at night to cool the house
Close all doors and windows when the sun rises
Close curtains and blinds to cool the indoors
Use box fans or ceiling fans
Avoid upper floors in multi-story homes
Full buckets or basins with water to soak your feet
Use wet towels or bandanas on your shoulders or head
Take cool showers or baths

For more information on extreme heat preparedness go to:
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Cloverdale Police Department
112 Broad St
Cloverdale, CA 95425

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-894-2150

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