The record heat continues into the weekend we set new on Friday in Ramona and Borrego.
The Heat Advisory for the coast and valleys has been extended until 6pm Sunday due to the extreme temperatures. Saturday and Sunday will be the warmest days of the next stretch with 90s possible in our inland communities.
A strong ridge of high press and Santa Ana winds are leading to these summer-like temperatures. Winds will become stronger again overnight into Saturday. A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 9pm until 1pm Saturday. Gusty winds could reach close to 55 mph. The Wind advisory includes our valleys, foothills, and mountains. Breezy conditions will persist on Sunday with gust around 20 to 30 mph
Los Angeles may have the hottest Super Bowl on record with a forecast of 85 at kickoff, the previous record actually set in Los Angeles at 84 degrees back in 1973. San Diego comes in second at 81 degrees from 2003.
Cooling begins early next week as the high-pressure pattern breaks down and low pressure dives into southern California. Temperatures will plummet 10 to 30 degrees next week with below-average temperatures by Tuesday and possible light rain.
Temperatures will improve slightly for the end of the week, but it'll be much cooler in comparison to the heatwave in place.
February is typically one of the rainiest months with an average rainfall of 2.20". Unfortunately, with this dry pattern, our deficit continues to grow.
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