The National Weather Service office in San Diego is forecasting a warm and dry weekend, with temperatures in the 80s and 90s in most areas of the county.
“Temperatures inland should peak out this weekend with more sunshine and drier air in place, also allowing for better cooling at night,” the weather service said.
Highs Saturday will be 75 to 80 near the coast, 80 to 85 inland, 83 to 88 in the western valleys, 90 to 95 near the foothills, 87 to 94 in the mountains and 106 to 111 in the deserts.
Temperatures are expected to be a degree or two warmer on Sunday.
The weather service said the drier air means there are unlikely to be thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday. But monsoonal conditions are expected to return next week.
“It will feel muggy everywhere next week, but without excessive heat because of
greater cloud coverage and humidity moderating temps,” meteorologists said.