HEAT WARNING: TEMPERATURES RISING TO WELL-ABOVE NORMAL BY FRIDAY

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September 29, 2014 (San Diego)--The National Weather Service warns that an upper-level high pressure system is building over the San Diego, raising temperatures through next weekend. Highs will rise to near normal by Tuesday, then another 5 to 15 degrees above normal by the weekend with Saturday forecast to be the warmest day .

“The main difference between this forecast heat even and the last one is there will be drier air over the air,” says Jimmy Taeger, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in San Diego.   

Conditions are predicted to improve over the region by early next week as the upper-level high weakens.



Location and Forecast High Ambient Temperature:

Low Deserts and Inland Empire...................100 to 105 F

Inland Valleys..............................................90 to 100 F

High Deserts (Apple Valley and Victorville)......90 to 95 F

Mountains (Below 5000 feet)..........................80 to 90 F

Coast/Beaches...........................80 to 85 F


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