Hot temperatures and dry conditions put San Diego County at risk for wildfires
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Temperatures are expected to reach triple digits in some locations Monday in San Diego County, as hot and dry conditions continue.
Hot weather and low humidity levels put the region at an elevated risk for fires, though any winds should be light and help mitigate the danger.
Temperatures are expected to dip slightly Tuesday before the weather cools downs significantly toward the middle and end of the week. High temperatures Monday will be 85 to 90 degrees at the beaches, 94 inland, 94 to 99 in the western valleys and near the foothills, 83 to 89 in the mountains and 94 in the deserts.