SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — San Diego County will see temperatures rise up to 20 degrees above normal this week, as cold weather parts for the rest of the week.
After a bout of chilly weather around the county, a warm up will begin Wednesday as high pressure strengthens over Southern California, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures across the coast and valley will rise to the 70s and 80s Wednesday, and hover in the 80s through Friday.
Mountain and desert areas will start to see temperatures in the 90s starting Wednesday, cracking the 100 mark in some areas Thursday and Friday, according to NWS.
Friday and Saturday's projected highs will be 15 to 30 degrees higher than the previous weekend, according to NWS.
The warm weather is forecasted to continue into early next week.