Temperatures cool dramatically for Labor Day holiday

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Temperatures will drop dramatically Monday, falling to close to average for this time of year after a nearly week-long heat wave.

A deep marine layer will keep temperatures relatively moderate Monday and Tuesday but by Thursday, temperatures will rise again.

Some scattered, light showers from the remnants of Tropical Depression Lidia may reach San Diego County Monday, but chances will diminish as the day progresses.

There is a small chance of thunderstorms in the mountains this week in the afternoons. Clouds will develop overnight this week, extending into the valleys at times.

Monday’s high temperatures are expected to be 78 degrees along the coast, 89 degrees inland, 75 degrees in the mountains and 100 degrees in the deserts. 

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