Hot conditions remain through the weekend. Temperatures remain warmer than average, with upper 70s/lower 80s along the coast through the weekend. Inland valleys will see lower 90s through the weekend, with mountains in the mid-80s and deserts in the 110º-113º range.
The weekend will be dry, creating a recipe for fire weather.
The marine layer could build overnight along the coast, but looks to break quickly by the time the sun rises each day. Sunny skies will prevail across the county in the afternoon.
Monsoon activity remains east of California, but doesn't return to San Diego County until early next week. Monday, mountains and deserts could see some pop-up thunderstorm activity.
By the end of the work week next week, temperatures finally start to cool back down to seasonal average. That means lower 70s along the coast and mid 80s inland.
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