Weather Service meteorologist Mark Fox said temperatures are 8 to 10 degrees higher than normal, resulting in an increased fire risk. Highs of 89 degrees in both Chula Vista and Escondido pushed past records of 83 and 86 degrees, set in 1954 and 1991, respectively.
Low temperatures on Saturday night into early Sunday morning will approach zero in the Harrisburg area and could slip below zero in areas north of the city, according to the National Weather Service.
As temperatures fluctuate, the weather service expects them to stay above normal. “The offshore flow and associated foothill breezes will be diminished the next few mornings, but the warm and dry air mass will remain in place”.
Here are the weather details from the National Weather Service. Winds could gust as high as 30 miles per hour.
More of the same is expected on Thursday and Friday with daily highs in the 40s and nighttime temperatures in the 20s.
Summer-like conditions are expected to persist throughout San Diego County Wednesday. Overnight lows over the weekend will drop into the single digits, forecasters say.
Temperatures in Aiken County are expected to reach a low 27 degrees Tuesday night, with low temperatures continuing into Wednesday.