SAN DIEGO - San Diegans will have to deal with the hot and humid weather for awhile. 10News Meteorologist Craig Herrera says the humidity and warm temperatures will be around for most of this week.
Herrera says there will be more subtropical moisture over all of San Diego County on Sunday. Temperatures will remain hot with temperatures in the mid-80s at the coast and low to mid-90s inland.
San Diego even set new records for having the highest overnight lows. On Saturday morning in San Diego, the temperature dropped to 74 degrees. The old record was 73 degrees and was set in 1984. Escondido only dropped to 78 and the old record was 72, set in 1998.
The threat of afternoon thunderstorms is still in the forecast for the mountains and deserts on Sunday and Monday afternoon.
Many people will be seeking relief at the beach. The water temperatures are expected to be between 70 and 73 degrees on Sunday.