SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – San Diegans should prepare themselves for some very high temperatures through the weekend.
Across San Diego County, temperatures will rise Friday, continue into the weekend and likely last into early next week, according to 10News Meteorologist Megan Parry.
Coastal temperatures will hit the low 80s while inland areas should be in the mid-90s until Tuesday, Megan says.
In the deserts and mountains, dangerously high temperatures are expected through the weekend and into Tuesday.
The National Weather Service said no monsoonal moisture is expected with incoming high-pressure system, but humid conditions could return early next week.
NWS officials urged residents to drink plenty of fluids and check up on elderly relatives and neighbors, especially those without air conditioning.
Some suggested ways you can beat the heat this weekend: