That's why authorities in many Valley cities and counties have opened designated cooling centers for the public.
The centers are meant to provide relief to residents in need an escape from the Valley's scorching summer.
Here is a list of locations that have been announced.
NOTE: We will continue to update this page as more cooling centers open in different cities.
CITY OF MADERA
Pan American Community Center
703 Sherwood Way, Madera, CA 93638
Click here for more information.
233 E. Kings Street
10953 14th Avenue
317 Alpine Street
1001-A Chittenden Ave
1099 Otis Avenue
900 Dairy Avenue
401 N. Douty Street
801 West 7th Street
457 C Street
20300 Main Street
The City of Fresno says it will monitor weather conditions and if temperatures soar above 105 degrees, they are expected to announce the opening of centers.