Sunday brought record-breaking heat to San Diego County. Typically, most coastal and inland areas see highs in the lower 70s this time of year. Sunday, highs peaked anywhere from 10-20º warmer than average. San Diego tied a record for hottest high set on this date, hitting 87º. Ramona broke the previous daily record of 90º on this date with a high of 92º.
Temperatures will gradually cool through the next few days. Monday, highs will remain warmer than average with mid to upper 70s expected for coastal areas and mid 80s expected for inland valleys. Tuesday, daily highs will drop around 10 degrees for coast and inland communities, so the cooling will be more noticeable.
Then, the end of the workweek remains stagnant with mild temperatures and the return of the marine layer as onshore flow returns. No major rain is expected in the immediate future.
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