Above average temperatures could break records

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Temperatures could be record-breaking Monday but it won’t last long, forecasters say. Low pressure later this week will bring temperatures down to average for this time of year and allow for a chance of rain, though it won’t be much.

A ridge of high pressure continues to build over San Diego County, bringing above average temperatures for this time of year. But by Thursday those temperatures will begin to cool and there may be a chance of rain over the weekend.

Temperatures Monday are expected to be warm and sunny with no clouds and fog in sight. Mountains will experience some gusty winds in the morning and coastal areas will receive a bit of onshore flow.

Sunday experienced some record highs in parts of the county: Chula Vista hit temperatures of 89 degrees and Lindbergh field hit 86 degrees, breaking the previous record of 82 degrees.

Monday’s temperatures will also be above average for this time of year and could also break previous records. High temperatures will be 83 degrees along the coast, 89 degrees inland, 73 degrees in the mountains and 92 degrees for the deserts. 

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