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Hot inland temperatures as a weaker monsoonal flow persists

Afternoon highs soar into the 90s throughout the valleys whereas mountains proceed to see a slight, however diminished likelihood for showers and thunderstorms.

SAN DIEGO — Hot temperatures and humidity present little change for many of this week as afternoon highs make their method properly into the 90s inland. While monsoonal flow will likely be weaker for this week, there may be nonetheless a day by day alternative for a quick-moving, remoted bathe or thunderstorm, primarily over the mountains.

Monday started with an energetic marine layer alongside the coast and heat in a single day lows within the 70s. By the afternoon there was loads of sunshine and heat with areas like Ramona climbing into the mid to higher 90s (between 5 and 10 levels above regular). 

Onshore flow will preserve coastal communities near their regular highs for this afternoon and most of this week. Inland and towards the mountains, the warmth will likely be noticeable with widespread higher 80s and low 90s within the combine.

While a day by day likelihood of showers and thunderstorms exists over San Diego County mountain and desert areas, a weaker flow will enable for much less impactful exercise. This ought to preserve any precipitation or thunderstorm exercise quick-moving and far much less intense than final week.

Long vary fashions are comparatively combined within the potential for moist climate later this week, however most favor a greater threat for the upcoming begin of the weekend (between Friday and Saturday).

Temperature-wise, nevertheless, we are going to lastly see a lengthy awaited quiet down. Inland and throughout the mountains, sizzling temperatures proceed by about Wednesday after which progressively quiet down from the top of the week into the weekend. A greater than 10 diploma quiet down will be anticipated round that time-frame, lastly offering a little bit of reduction from the recent and humid situations. 

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