SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- The work week began with high temperatures across Southern California, with areas in San Diego listed among the hottest places in America on Monday, Oct. 21.
The National Weather Service in San Diego said the San Pasqual Valley area hit a high of 97 degrees on Monday, tying Yorba Linda.
Escondido and Santee hit a high of 96, tying with Fullerton, Chino, Long Beach and Death Valley.
San Diego reached 88 degrees on Monday, making it the warmest day in the city in 2019, the NWS said.
But the broiling conditions may have been the most unbearable for Disneyland visitors, as the city of Anaheim earned the distinction of “hottest place in America” on Monday at a scorching 98 degrees.
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry says the above-normal temperatures are expected to continue across San Diego County through Tuesday, with a Heat Advisory in effect for most of the day.