Monday, May 13, 2013
Another day of record-breaking heat is expected in San Diego County today as a high pressure system remains settled over the region.
Inland valley temperatures are expected to soar to the upper-90s and coastal regions are expected to reach the low-80s, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). San Diego deserts are expected to reach 105 degrees.
Red flag conditions are not expected because winds will be absent, according to NWS, but the danger of fire remains high.
The heat wave is expected to break by Wednesday as temperatures gradually cool down through the rest of the week.
San Diego County has designated 100 Cool Zones sites to provide air-conditioned settings and relief when temperatures are hot.