The scorching temperatures have prompted the closure of a popular Fresno park.
And Fresno Unified School District is canceling all athletic practices for the rest of the week.
This girl’s soccer club didn't skip practice just because it was hot outside.
“So we're limiting it to not too much running but skill work. They get constant water breaks,” said coach Rico Montanana.
All the players brought cold water and sports drinks.
And if the heat got to be too much - they were told to take a break. And that happened.
“Like a headache, like a real bad headache,” said soccer player Shelby Martinez.
Time in the shade and water helped.
And the girls weren't fazed.
“Because if we practice in heat that means we can play in the heat. And we have to play in all kinds of conditions,” said two of the girls.
They weren't the only ones on the field.
A game was going on.
And the players' parents came prepared.
“I got extra water and an ice cold washrag for my son after the game,” said parent Jill Marks.
Tuesday evening Fresno Unified canceled all outdoor sports for the rest of the week saying quote: "Due to the extreme heat this week all athletic practices have been cancelled."
They're not the only ones making changes.
Storyland and Playland at Roeding Park in Fresno will be closed Wednesday because of the weather.
The CEO Barry Falke issued a statement saying: "while we hate not to open, we are encouraging everyone to stay indoors and stay hydrated."
But some people, including firefighters can't avoid the heat.
When the call for help comes, they must go.
“Hopefully we will be able to keep everybody rested and everybody hydrated but it's going to be a long week,” said Fresno Fire Captain Bob Vantassel.