Chula Vista was among five cities in San Diego county that set record-high temperatures this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

The NWS said the county experienced hot and dry weather, and received some weak to moderate Santa Ana Winds 

The following were recorded on Saturday by the NWS: 
– Chula Vista at 93 degrees, breaking the 2015 record high of 87 degrees;
– San Diego at 91, breaking the 2015 record of 86;
– Vista at 90, breaking the 2015 record of 87;
– Escondido at 90, breaking the 1971 record of 89; and
-Ramona at 85, breaking the 2016 record of 83.

Cooler weather with chances of light precipitation is anticipated next week, along with strong westerly winds over the mountains, deserts, and coastal waters Tuesday. 

On Tuesday, temperatures are expected to cool from 15 to 20 degrees from Monday, The NWS said lower elevations will see highs ranging from the 50s and 60s, though gradual warming is expected late in the week. 

Northwest winds were expected to rapidly increases at beaches late Monday into Tuesday. Hazardous seas and elevated surf for the beaches of San Diego County, along with enhanced risks for rip currents appear likely at this time.

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