Today is another warm day, San Diego. In some areas, thunderstorms are expected to continue in the county on Thursday. Here is what you need to know about the weather in San Diego County by the end of the week.
The San Diego National Weather Service provides temperature advice to San Diego County mountains and inland areas from Thursday morning to Friday at least 9 p.m.
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Inland valleys, foothills and mountains will see temperatures in the 90’s on Thursday, according to EBC and Parven, an NBC 7 meteorologist. Some of the heat also reaches coastal areas where you can see temperatures in the 80’s.
Parven’s first warning was Thursday morning: “It will be a hot day on the beach – hot and sunny.
Mount San Diego County and local communities are facing heat tips, so here’s to staying warm for a while. NBC 7’s Aura Starford has more to say about this.
This climate design comes with the same amount of humidity that San Diego has seen over the past two months. On Thursday afternoon there is a chance for thunderstorms and inland thunderstorms – and you will even see Parven burning at around 110 degrees.
“Storms are moving into our mountains and deserts, and I think some of them are still going into our valleys this afternoon and evening,” said Parven.
Although most baths have a local effect, there is little chance that some of those baths will go to the San Diego beach.
What is mass humidity? And what makes it happen in San Diego County? NBC 7 Meteorologist Ena and Parven explain how this climate, especially in the mountains and deserts, leads to humidity.
Heat consultants in San Diego County at Flexible alarm across the country That was given Wednesday afternoon and evening, and now until Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m., California residents are urged to keep up with the increase during this Flex Alert window.
Well, what’s next? Do we expect a bit of that cold, pre-fall weather in San Diego County soon?
Sorry, no. At least not yet.
Parven said it will be hot in Diego County over the weekend and over the weekend.
Next week will be a warmer one – albeit not as hot as the coming days.
Oh, it’s hot there, San Diego. NBC meteorologist ena and parven share safety tips on how to deal with the heat during these heat waves in San Diego County.