San Jose is also set to break a record, also set 67 years ago, if temps rise to 101 degrees on Friday.
Temperatures are expected to plummet to unseasonably cooler temperatures tonight, when a low of 46 degrees is in the National Weather Service forecast.
If temperatures in the high 90s and low 100s weren't hot enough for area residents over the last few days, a South County scorcher of epic proportions is forecast for the upcoming Labor Day Weekend.
The heat wave this weekend is even keeping some Red Cross workers who were planning to head to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts sticking near home, due to the potential for wildfires, as one Red Cross rep tells the Chron.
Warmer temperatures are expected to return Sunday, when the high is expected to be 78 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Along with Saturday's cooler temperatures, rain is in the forecasts. And welcome to the beginning of Indian Summer.
So, stick near the coast if you don't want heatstroke, and stay hydrated, everybody!