We broke records today at the Oceanside Harbor, Vista, and Escondido. Many coastal communities reached 89 degrees including Del Mar and Encinitas. More record temperatures will be possible through Sunday.
A Heat Advisory was extended until Sunday at 6pm. Coast and inland will continue to deal with above normal heat.
Building high pressure and Santa Ana winds are leading to these summer-like temperatures. East and northeasterly gusts of 20 to 45mph with isolated gusts exceeding 50 and even 60mph will impact the inland and mountain areas. A High Wind Warning is in effect until 4pm today.
Cooling begins early next week as high-pressure breaks down. Temperatures will plummet 10 to 20 degrees by Valentine's day with an additional 5 to 10 degree cooler on Tuesday. Temperatures will trend closer to normal for this time of the year.
There is a slight chance we could see some showers late Tuesday into Wednesday, gusty winds will also be a concern a trough moves into the area.
This year's Super Bowl could tie or become the hottest Super Bowl on record, with the previous record set in Los Angeles at 84 degrees back in 1973. San Diego holds the title for second warmest at 81 degrees from 2003.
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