San Diego's Forecast for Thursday, June 23, 2022: Warm through the weekend

Posted at 5:56 AM, Jun 23, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-23 20:04:35-04

After active thunderstorm activity in the eastern parts of San Diego County Wednesday, monsoon influence is not as strong Thursday. It's mostly staying east of Southern California.

The next few days will dry out but temperatures will stay warm for the first weekend of summer. This means sunny skies in by the afternoon for most of the county through the weekend! Daytime highs will remain warmer than normal for this time of year and will stay there well into next week. Temperatures will not see major fluctuation, staying in the upper 70s/lower 80s along the coast, and upper 80s/lower 90s for inland valleys and mountains, and in the 110-112º range in the deserts.

The slightest cool-down arrives at the end of the work week next week, bringing highs back closer to average.

There is a chance for more monsoon thunderstorms next Monday, favoring mountains and deserts.

Friday’s Highs:
Coast: 74-81º
Inland: 84-93º
Mountains: 86-95º
Deserts: 108-113º

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