San Diego's Forecast for June 6, 2022: Warming into the weekend

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Posted at 3:39 AM, Jun 08, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-08 22:09:19-04

A warming trend will continue this week with temperatures soaring 5 to 15 degrees above average into the weekend.

Coastal communities will stay a lot more comfortable in comparison to the rest of the county, thanks to the marine layer and lingering clouds. This time of year, the ocean water is still cool enough to make a difference during the day and night near the coast. So, the warmest places will be away from the coast.

Overnight lows will stay in the low 60s, but the clouds clear by 8am inland, with warming conditions throughout the day. 

Temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 80s and mid-90s for the hotter spots, like Ramona and Alpine. The mountains will soar into the 80s and top out near 90 when the heat peaks Saturday.

Dangerous heat will impact the deserts, as temperatures average between 110 to 117 degrees starting Thursday. An Excessive Heat Warning will begin Thursday at 10am until 8pm Sunday.

The days are getting longer as summer is just around the corner with the Summer Solstice happening at 2:13am on June 21st. We do have some signs of improvement, but it will be short lived. Temperatures cool-off back near average on Monday and Tuesday, but the heat returns mid-week with another round of 90 degree weather away from the coast.

Thursday's Highs:
Coast: 68-73°
Inland: 78-88°
Mountains: 83-95°
Deserts: 105-110°

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