Monsoon moisture retreats the area but the heat will continue into early next week.
Dangerous heat continues with a Heat Advisory in effect until Sunday night for the inland valleys and mountains. Some cities within the heat advisory could get close to 100 degrees.
The weekend will be hot and dry, with gusty westerly winds in the afternoon and evening averaging close 25 mph. The combinations of heat, dry air, and gusty winds will increase fire danger, please cautious and avoid anything that could spark or start a fire.
Along the coast, patchy clouds will be around at night and early morning with a persist sea breeze throughout the day. The surf will range from 2 to 4 feet with a moderate risk of rip currents. The water temperatures is in the upper 60s to low 70s, so be mindful when swimming this weekend. High tide will occur at 6am and low tide will be closer to lunch time at 12:43pm.
Temperatures drop back near average for mid-September by midweek with much more comfortable humidity levels.
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