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Heat wave sizzles past six-day stretch

California, USA
Photo: Javier Rodriguez of Selma stays afloat on the Kings River with the help of a child's raft while cooling off Sunday with his family at Reedley Beach.

Temperatures in Fresno reached a high of 100 degrees Sunday, tying a six-day stretch of triple-digit weather from earlier this month.

The 100-degree-plus weather is expected to last through at least Thursday, said meteorologist David Spector with the National Weather Service in Hanford.

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