The National Weather Service says a heat wave is bringing extreme temperatures to San Diego County deserts this week, with temperatures reaching as high as 117.
High pressure is building over the Southwest which will cause bring temperatures up in inland areas but the coast should be unaffected due to onshore flow and our annual June Gloom.
The weather service predicts temperatures throughout the region to fall between:
- 75 degrees along the coast
- 77 to 82 inland
- 79 to 84 in the valleys
- 85 to 90 near the foothills
- 83 to 93 in the mountains
- 107 to 112 in the deserts
If you’re having difficulty staying cool during this heat wave, be sure to visit one of San Diego County’s fee Cool Zones, see details.