Last day of heat before cooling trend begins for San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego can expect to experience one last day of very hot weather before a shift to cooler temperatures begins.

As onshore flow increases for San Diego County, monsoon moisture will start to be pushed away from San Diego, decreasing humidity and leaving no chance of showers or thunderstorms for mountain areas.

Low clouds and patchy dense fog hangs over the coastal areas in the morning hours but will clear by mid-morning, allowing plenty of sun to shine on San Diego.

A beach hazard statement is expected to go into effect 12 p.m. Wednesday and will last until Friday night. Waves are expected to reach three to seven feet.

Temperatures will start to decrease Thursday and be drastically cooler by Saturday. Wednesday’s high temperatures are expected to be 76 degrees along the coast, 91 degrees inland, 87 degrees in the mountains and 111 degrees for the deserts. 

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