WEATHER UPDATE: Farmers' Markets in Fontana are canceled due to extreme heat

Fontana residents are roasting in 100-degree temperatures that are expected to continue at least through Labor Day, Sept. 5.An excessive heat warni...

September 1, 2022
12:00 PM

Fontana residents are roasting in 100-degree temperatures that are expected to continue at least through Labor Day, Sept. 5.An excessive heat warning for Fontana and many other areas in Southern California has been declared by the National Weather Service.As a result, the Farmers' Markets that were scheduled to take place in Fontana (on Thursday, Sept. 1 at Southridge Park and Sept. 4 at Fontana Park) have been canceled.'Residents should take steps to protect their health, especially those who are vulnerable to heat illness, including the elderly, those who work or exercise outdoors, infants and children, the homeless or poor and people with chronic medical conditions,' said San Bernardino County Health Officer Dr.