Megan's Forecast: July Ends Hot & Dry

SAN DIEGO - Highs remain about 5 degrees above average for this time of year, but humidity levels will be acceptable as we finish out the month of July. Enjoy it because the humidity returns Friday as does a chance for weekend storms.

That dreaded humidity returns Friday and into the weekend as the monsoon flow spreads in from the southeast. This means there is a chance for a few isolated mountain storms Friday afternoon, though most will just see growing afternoon clouds. 

A disturbance will approach San Diego from the east with the potential for thunderstorms to form west of the mountains Saturday and Sunday. The mountains will see scattered thunderstorm activity both days with a slight chance on Monday. Be weather aware this weekend and prepared for conditions to change quickly when thunderstorms develop. The 10News Weather Team will continue to track this system and bring you the latest.

THURSDAY'S HIGH TEMPERATURES:

  • COAST: 75-85°
  • INLAND: 83-96°
  • MOUNTAINS: 85-97°
  • DESERTS: 109-113°

 

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10News Meteorologist Megan Parry

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