San Diego county will experience warm and dry weather with increased temperatures beginning Tuesday through Thursday.
Temperatures are expected to exceed 10 to 15 degrees above normal across much of the county during this time.
The temperature in San Diego is predicted to peak on the coast on Wednesday, inland tomorrow, and Thursday, while desert and mountain regions will experience heat peaks on Friday.
Wednesday through Friday will be the warmest days, where many valley locations could exceed 90 degrees. The lower deserts will be approaching 100 degrees.
Santa Ana winds build into tomorrow, expect northeasterly gusts of 25 to 50mph inland to the mountains with occasionally winds up to 25mph all the way to the coast, as reported by 10News newscast meteorologist Megan Parry.
A wind advisory in the mountain region and valleys remain until 2 p.m.
According to the National Weather Service (NWS), some cooling will begin along the coast by Thursday as onshore flow strengthens, but inland areas will remain warm through saturday. By the weekend, some fog should appear over coastal areas as the marine layer slowly rebuilds ahead of developing a developing Pacific Storm System.
It is unclear when the Pacific Storm System will arrive, but it has the potential to bring widespread precipitation early next week, the NWS reports.
There will be significant colling on Sunday as a storm approaches, with possible rain late Sunday, early Monday morning. This warmer weather follows a cool weekend that brought light rainfall Saturday night, and into Sunday morning.