SAN DIEGO, CA — Excessive warmth was forecast for San Diego County inland areas Saturday via Monday, whereas coastal areas stay underneath the affect of the marine layer, with patchy low clouds and fog every night time and morning, the National Weather Service stated.
Isolated gentle showers or thunderstorms might develop over the upper mountain peaks this weekend, with a greater likelihood early subsequent week, forecasters stated.
The warmth was anticipated to start to ease on Tuesday because the upper-level excessive over the Southwest weakens.
High temperatures alongside the coast Saturday had been anticipated to be 73-78 levels with in a single day lows of 61-66. Western valley highs shall be 83-88 and highs close to the foothills shall be 91-96 with in a single day lows of 62-67.
Mountain highs had been predicted to be 92-102 with in a single day lows of 64- 74. Highs within the deserts shall be 115-120 with in a single day lows of 88-93.
Very scorching climate, gusty southwest-to-west winds and minimal daytime humidity of round 15% was anticipated to create elevated hearth climate circumstances Saturday and Sunday close to and under the desert passes.
Moderately unstable circumstances might enhance the potential for plume- dominated fires within the mountains via early subsequent week.
There was a ten% likelihood of dry lightning strikes over the mountains this weekend.
Marine layer night time and morning low clouds and fog had been predicted to grow to be extra widespread alongside the coast by Sunday because the eddy develops, steadily extending additional inland via the week.