It was a record setting Monday with a record tied in Vista with 88 degrees, and new records were set in Oceanside and Chula Vista. Cooling will begin near the coast, the warm weather continues elsewhere on Tuesday.
Low clouds will begin building late tonight, with patchy fog for the coast early Tuesday morning.
Dry conditions will continue from foothills back to the deserts, with elevated fire danger for one more day. Weak Santa Ana winds will blow out of the northeast at 10 to 30mph with the lowest humidity between 5 and 15% leading to elevated fire danger.
The sea-breeze returns will get stronger Wednesday with added cooling through Thursday. On Thursday, we'll see 60s for most of the county. The marine layer will spread farther inland each day through Thursday.
Temperatures warm back up slightly Friday into the weekend under mostly sunny skies.
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