Temperatures will trend 5 to 15 degrees above average away from the coast into the weekend with the heat peaking Saturday. The coast will be the place to beat the heat as it remains comfortable in the 70s with low clouds at times.
Temperatures will climb to the mid-80s and low 90s inland as well as the mountains. Dangerous heat will impact the deserts as temperatures top out between 110 to 117 degrees; An Excessive Heat Warning will remain in effect until 8pm Sunday.
Pleasant weather sticks around for the San Diego County Fair with morning clouds clearing to sunshine and temperatures in the low-60s to low-70s through the day in Del Mar. Temperatures drop back to the low 60s by the evening.
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.
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