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Short Heat Wave Begins with Highs in 80s Along the Coast, Over 110 in Deserts


People flock to La Jolla Shores to get a break from the high temperatures. Photo by Chris Stone
People flock to La Jolla Shores to get a break from the high temperatures. Photo by Chris Stone

San Diego County’s coast, inland valleys and deserts are under weather advisories and warnings Monday because of a two-day heat wave.

“The heat is expected to peak today and Tuesday followed by a gradual cooling trend into next week,” according to the National Weather Service office in San Diego.

A heat advisory is in effect for the coastal areas and valleys from 10 a.m. Monday until 8 p.m. Wednesday.

An excessive heat warning has been issued for the deserts through 11 p.m. Tuesday.

Highs on Monday will be in the lower 80s at the coast, upper 80s inland, lower 90s in the western valleys, upper 90s near the foothills, lower 90s in the mountains, and 106 to 111 in the deserts.



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