San Diego can expect constant heat with temperatures as high as 10 to 20 degrees above the seasonal average for most locations across the county on Tuesday.
The National Meteorological Service The San Diego office said a few degrees of cooling were expected Wednesday.
High temperatures on the coast on Tuesday are forecast to reach 80 degrees inland, 88 in the western valleys, 84 near the foothills, 79 in the mountains and 91 in the deserts, according to the meteorological service.
The hot, dry conditions across the county will give way to clearly colder and potentially wet weather over the weekend and weekend, with occasional gusty westerly winds, the NWS reported.
Chances of thunderstorms increase in all areas of the county from Thursday afternoon to Friday and again on Saturday.
Meteorologists said there is a possibility of snow in the mountains all over the higher ground, especially as snow levels fall during the day on Friday.
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