The first weekend of summer definitely feels like it.
Saturday, the coast was the place to be to find relief. San Diego peaked at 72º, one degree cooler than the average of 73º typically seen this time of year. Oceanside also was on track with average, hitting 74º Saturday. Brown Field Airport, on the other hand, peaked 10º warmer than average, hitting 86º Saturday. Ramona hit 97º, which is 11º warmer than normal.
Sunday and Monday will be the warmest days of the next week for areas west of the mountains. Deserts peak Tuesday and Wednesday.
Then, temperatures start to gradually cool starting in the middle of next week, bringing temperatures back closer to average in time for the 4th of July holiday weekend.
Monsoon activity remains east of California, but doesn't return to San Diego County until early next week. Monday, mountains and deserts could see some pop-up thunderstorm activity Monday, but chances are dwindling now, so activity should remain minimal.
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