An extreme warmth warning was anticipated to stay in impact till 8 p.m. Monday for San Diego County valleys and deserts, in line with the Nationwide Climate Service workplace in San Diego.
Coastal areas will proceed to be moderated by an eddy, with highs within the higher
70s and 80s, forecasters mentioned.
Highs on Monday can be 75 to 80 close to the coast, 83 to 87 inland, 86 to 91 within the western valleys, 91 to 96 close to the foothills, 87 to 97 within the mountains and 109 to 113 within the deserts.
A slight drop in temperature is predicted Tuesday and all through the week, although highs will nonetheless be within the triple digits within the desert, in line with the NWS.
Rising tropical moisture will result in excessive cloud cowl by way of the center of this week in addition to slight possibilities of showers and thunderstorms region-wide, with the best chance over the mountains.